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The UK Gets Its Law Dot Gov

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, August 18 2010

The United Kingdom's National Archives has launched Legislation.gov.uk, an online home for legislation from 1267 to the present day. That's not a typo. That's just an old, old country. Read More

Newt.org and the Nation, Two Peas in a Drupal Pod

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, May 5 2010

We, among others, have certainly indulged in the idea that Drupal in particular and open-source software in general might bespeak a user's orientation to collaborative, more open politics. See, for example, yesterday's ... Read More

Minnesota's Proposed "State Webmaster" is Giving Microsoft Agita

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, March 11 2010

Out in the great state of Minnesota, the forward-thinking legislature there is attempting, by statute, to create an official position of state webmaster, so that there's one single point person who is responsible for ... Read More

The White House in Drupal World

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, November 16 2009

When the White House made its big switch over to Drupal, some asked whether this was simply a move over to a new content management system or if it was instead meant to be a lifestyle choice; in other words, would the ... Read More

Before Drupal, There Was "The Tool"

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, October 30 2009

Even smaller than the fraternity of people who have served as President of the United States is the fraternity of those who have served as the Internet Director to the President of the United States. David Almacy is a ... Read More

A Nation of End Users: Inside (and Outside) the White House Drupal Switch

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, October 28 2009

News of the White House's switch to Drupal absolutely has absolutely rocketed around the web this weekend and week. We are among the lucky beneficiaries. Our traffic numbers, frankly, look like a one-hump camel. Read More

WhiteHouse.gov Goes Drupal [Updated]

BY Nancy Scola | Saturday, October 24 2009

WhiteHouse.gov has gone Drupal. Read More