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Drupal

An open source content management platform that supports a variety of Web sites ranging from personal Weblogs to large community-driven Web sites. The Drupal software package can be used by individuals or a community of users to publish, manage and organize content on a Web site. The Drupal platform supports a number of features including electronic commerce, blogs, collaborative authoring environments, forums, newsletters, podcasting, file uploads, and more. Drupal is open-source software and distributed under the GPL ("GNU General Public License").









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