As a user of the most powerful CMS in the world (Drupal ofcourse) and a long time providing of Hosting solution for various clients, I know the pains we all face when we have concluded our website design and development, and we are too excited to show it to the world.
While I was beginning to get my feet wet into building a CRM Solution, I was referred to Atrium.Open Atrium, maintained by Phase2 Technology, is a Drupal distribution that allows you to confidently engage with your colleagues through convenient collaboration.. So I decided to give it a Try. I documentated as prescribed, steps by steps on how to go about it. You could start by getting a feel of the application by visiting http://www.simplytest.me, then type Open Atrium and select the distriubtion version.
As a Drupal Site Builder/Developer, it is apparent that any site been developed should be secured, safe, flexible and easy to use and implement. However, we sometimes find ourselves wondering at the growth to our structures and fields during development that we seek a better solution to resolve such. This article gives us pointers to improve our development and maintenance as well as provide tips on how to avoid common mistakes during building a Drupal Site.
This article simple gives an eagle's eye view of the technology/tool/platform/solution-provider aka "DRUPAL" and its thriving communities around the globe. It gives a perception of what Drupal is. Newbies and DevOps from other platform hoping to dive straight in can see this as a "brief" to Drupal.
Ok enough talk, let's begin:
In a country like Nigeria that consumes a lot of technology, its quite unfortunate that alot of "quack" information are been posted online daily including unplanned sites. I remember when Abayomii made a complaint on how a developer who almost ruined a deal on a Drupal project just because he/she promises "wind and fire" to a client project using "fast and furious -CMSes" @ a ridiculous price - "talk about bad market.