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Drupal in Action (CMS Expo 2011)

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  • Great summary of prominent Drupal websites, really big names do trust Drupal. More and more every day. I wonder if there are many Drupal successful core powered applications, solutions like Tattler, OpenAtrium or GetPerception??
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Drupal in Action (CMS Expo 2011)

  1. 1. Drupal in ActionInspiring Examples andCautionary TalesJEFF EATON * MAY 4TH 2011
  2. 2. Consulting | Development | Training P O W E R E D b y S E R V I C E™
  3. 3. Get instant access to an unrivaled library of Drupal training from top-tier experts streaming to your computer, tablet, smart phone, & tv.
  4. 4. Drupal: Lego bricks for web sites.
  5. 5. What you know…
  6. 6. What you want…
  7. 7. What everyone talks about…
  8. 8. What your client wants you to finish tomorrow…
  9. 9. Real sites Fun storiesCautionary tales
  10. 10. ‣ Lots of flexibility‣ Works for large and small‣ Social/community tools‣ Plays well with others‣ “Fully integrated” commerce‣ Don’t dive in blindly‣ Know your own site!
  11. 11. Nonprofits
  12. 12. Nonprofits
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  17. 17. ‣ Large NGO community‣ CiviCRM and engagement tools‣ Member/Public sections‣ Good libraries for data visualization‣ API/Web Service integration
  18. 18. News and Magazines
  19. 19. ‣ Publishing workflow tools‣ Web services, APIs‣ Highly customizable‣ Community/Social tools‣ Easy to “over eat”‣ Dangerous if you “fork”
  20. 20. Government
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  26. 26. ‣ Easier than previous generation‣ Scales well‣ Secure, easy to evaluate‣ Giving back spreads risk‣ Low cost for local governments
  27. 27. Entertainment
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  44. 44. ‣ Seriously, scales really well‣ Admin UI generic, but flexible‣ Supports “site in a box” model‣ Share your “artifacts”‣ Reuse requires planning‣ Upgrades require planning, commitment
  45. 45. Where can I find more?‣ http://buytaert.net/tag/drupal-sites‣ http://drupal.org/cases‣ http://lullabot.com/‣ Today at 2:30: “Editors are users, too…”

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