Issue 84 May 2nd, 2013
Open Atrium 2 is built on the Panopoly base distribution, with Organic Groups, and the Messaging API module. The theme is Radix. I haven’t had a chance to take if for a spin but I’ve been building sites with Panopoly and Radix theme for a few months. Seems like this is a good move for Atrium as a distro.
Always cool to see a highly visible company using Drupal. Not earth shattering or surprising news since Twitter already uses Drupal and is currently hiring a Drupal dev(see last week’s issue).
If you would call yourself a Drupal site builder the Drupal Association needs you help. They are creating various landing pages to help communicate Drupal’s strengths and need a few folks for short user tests. Check out the post for more info.
A followup post from Holly Ross regarding the hot drama about the Webinar from a couple weeks ago.
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