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  • asu.edu Web in 2006 • Over 1 million pages; ~500,000 hits per day • Fractured online services • Little collaboration and cooperation between divisions and colleges • All kinds of CMSs (or lack of CMS) and languages • Lack of single university-wide vision for user experience • No uniform brand • No universal navigation
  • 2006 Balkinization: No one can find anything.
  • 2009 asu.edu: Drupalized
  • Biggest obstacle: Politics • Territorial site ownership • No incentive to unify • No supported tools • No community
  • Approach: The velvet glove Make using Drupal so tasty people can’t resist moving to it.
  • Tactic #1: Tools • Standard platform (Drupal + modules) • Standard environment (shared hosting) • Standard branding (theme)
  • Tactic #2: Community • Web Community • ASU Drupal Users Group • Drupal Office Hours • Lullabot / ASU training • Outreach
  • Today • Buy-in from key players • Enterprise environment • Web hosting environment: • Consistent look; global templates; 20 servers w/ 100 sites each Drupal sites use central theme • Core sites in Drupal: libraries, • Consistency in apps (modules) news, student services, etc. • Improved repurposing of content
  • Future • Address growing pains • Cloud / hosted services • Upgrades • Global includes/theme • Focus support • Training, training, training • Expand community out of ASU