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Still running on Drupal 6? With the release of Drupal 8 just around the corner its time to seriously consider upgrading to Drupal 7. The Drupal community's policy is this: we support the current release and the previous release. Today, Drupal 7 is the current release and Drupal 6 is the previous release.
The next Unicon Open Source Support for CAS, Shibboleth, and Grouper briefing will be on October 3rd, 2013 as an online webinar at 11:30 AM Eastern. You can register for the webinar on this other page on the website.
On Thursday, September 26th 2013 at 11:00AM PDT (1:00PM EDT), the Unicon Open Source Support Team held the third quarter Open Source Support Sakai Briefing teleconference.
People have historically viewed Drupal as one of the world's leading web content management systems, and rightfully so. Many high profile websites are built on Drupal including Whitehouse.gov, the Louvre Museum (the most viewed museum website on the planet), Ikea, ING, Tesla Motors, US House of Representatives, Harvard, Stanford, McDonalds, and literally thousands of other sites. While Drupal is excellent as a web content management system it also excels as an application development framework for enterprise applications. Like other frameworks
Please join us Friday morning for the uPortal Open Source Support Briefing, Q2 2013. We'll use Adobe Connect, https://unicon.adobeconnect.com/egoldman, for our discussion. The call will begin at 8:30am Pacific, 11:30am Eastern.
Unicon held a Unicon Support for CAS and Shibboleth Update webinar on Friday June 28th.
Recently I was asked by a client to share some thoughts about working with Source Code Management (SCM) tools and uPortal, and specifically for best practices when it comes to updating the local portal project with newer Apereo sources. Here's the essence of what I sent out.