Drupal is an open source social publishing software that empowers individuals, teams, and communities to easily publish, manage and organize a wide variety of content on a website. Tens of thousands of people and organizations have used Drupal to power scores of different web sites, including community web portals, corporate web sites, social networking sites, personal web sites or blogs, and much more.
Acquia Drupal is a packaged distribution of Drupal core plus commonly-used add-on modules to simplify getting started. This package – the Acquia Drupal Stack Installer – is targeted at developers and new users seeking to try Drupal on their local computer, and includes Drupal, Apache, MySQL, PHPMyAdmin and a control panel to start/stop the entire site as you start/stop your development. Once developed, it can be easily uploaded to a public web server and you’re ready to go.
Drupal is ready to go from the moment you download it. The built-in functionality, combined with dozens of freely available add-on modules, will enable features such as content management, blogs, wiki collaborative authoring, tagging, picture galleries and much more.
Drupal is open-source software distributed under the GPL (“General Public License”) and is maintained and developed by a community of thousands of users and developers. Drupal is free to download and use.
Today, Drupal powers sites including the homepages of Warner Brothers Records, The New York Observer, Fast Company, Popular Science, and Amnesty International and project sites by SonyBMG, Forbes, Harvard University, and more. Drupal can be used to create personal weblogs (Tim Berners-Lee), deliver podcasts (TWIT.tv), connect online communities (SpreadFireFox.com), form artist collectives (Terminus 1525) or inform the masses (The Onion).
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