As some of you might already know we have been holding classes in our office to teach our new guys the ins and outs of Drupal. After a short time we had reached a crossroad of sorts though - and a decision needed to be made.
Yesterday was spent moving an old client's Lotus Notes based intranet (I use that term loosely) over to Drupal. Actually the entire last 2 weeks have been focused on this to some extent, but yesterday was spent primarily bringing across a significant part of the old data.
Drupal has won the Packt Publishing 2008 Open Source CMS Award, Overall and in the PHP category!
Building a local Drupal community right here in Oklahoma has been one of the coolest parts of belonging to the Drupal community: we get to meet a lot of great people in the open source community.
Kris has been busier last week than any other week I can remember in the recent past. The Worx Company has been involved in the Oklahoma State Chamber of Commerce this past year, working with them to get several websites up in Drupal. There are several branches of the Chamber, I've learned, and we are working on two branches and the main Chamber of Commerce website. Ultimately, the goal is to get their web manager fully trained in Drupal, so they will be self sufficient, and will be able to manage all of their websites.