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Drupal 4.6.5 / 4.5.7 released

Dries - December 12, 2005 - 18:00

Drupal 4.5.7 and Drupal 4.6.5 are available for download. These are not security releases but regular maintenance releases that fix problems reported using the bug tracking system. There are no new features in these installments.
For more information about the Drupal 4.6.x release series, please consult the Drupal 4.6.0 release announcement, the Drupal 4.6.1 release announcement, the Drupal 4.6.2 release announcement, the Drupal 4.6.3 release announcement, and the Drupal 4.6.4 release announcement. For more information about the Drupal 4.6.5 release, click "read more".

Handbook update -reorganization progress

sepeck - January 11, 2006 - 09:26

As announced in the documentation team mail list, I've been re-organizing the handbook. A lot of work has gone into this since I started last week and I have come to the conclusion that we have a lot of content. Hopefully some of it is easier to find. I thought I'd mention that this is still an ongoing work in progress and probably will be for the rest of this month.

Bugfix party Wed. January 18, 2006

ae2005 - January 10, 2006 - 23:52

On Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2006 18:00GMT (noon eastern time US, 9am US West Coast Time, 7pm central european time), the Drupal community is invited to a Bug Fixing party. Even if you can't attend at that time, you can still help out. See below.

Drupal 4.7.0 beta 3 available

Junyor - January 9, 2006 - 19:40

Starting the new year off with a bang, the Drupal development team is pleased to announce that the third Drupal 4.7.0 beta release is available for immediate download at http://drupal.org/files/projects/drupal-4.7.0-beta3.tar.gz! This beta release marks an important step towards the final Drupal 4.7.0 release and significant progress from our previous beta release: we've fixed over 100 bugs since the last beta release and more than 150 bugs since the first beta release. Here is the changelog. However, there are more bugs to be found, reported, and fixed before Drupal 4.7.0 can be released. The good news is that you can help!

OSCMS/DrupalCon Vancouver T-Shirts On Sale now!

hunmonk - January 7, 2006 - 04:33

We're doing things a bit different this time around. Goodstorm will be printing the t-shirts, and you'll order and pay through them. If you want your shirt to be waiting for you in Vancouver, you must order no later than February 1st. Afterwards, Goodstorm will still be able to sell shirts a la carte, and ship them anywhere in the US--if you'd like a shirt shipped directly to you, then order after February 1st... :)

San Francisco Drupal User Group a success

Amazon - January 6, 2006 - 23:42

The Drupal meetup last night was a huge success. At least 36 people attended at the new CivicSpace Labs/GoodStorm offices on the San Francisco Bay. Many people showed up looking to meet someone who actually knew what Drupal was. Others just wanted to let out their pent up Drupalness.

Sign up for sessions, DrupalCon Vancouver

hunmonk - January 6, 2006 - 01:49

Please help us better coordinate the DrupalCon portion of the conference by signing up for sessions! Read on for more details...

The afternoon portions of the conference will CMS-specific, and we've got quite a few drupal-specific session topics for you to choose from! I'd like to encourage you to take just a few minutes and indicate which sessions you'll likely attend by visiting our signup site, http://scratch.blkmtn.org , logging in w/ YOUR_DRUPAL.ORG_USERNAME@drupal.org and your drupal.org password (you can also create a new account on that site if you prefer, but logging in via distributed authentication will let you right in), browsing the available sessions, and signing up for those which you will likely attend.

Signing up is easy: Just below the description of a session, you'll see a small form--enter your email address and any comments/suggestions you have for the session moderator, and click 'Sign up'. That's it!

Here's a few important things to remember about the process: