September 15, 2001
Drupal 3.00 content management system released
Author: JT Smith
Anonymous Reader writes, "After six months of steady development, the Drupal team is pleased to announce that the release 3.00 of Drupal is now available. Drupal 3.00 comes with major improvements and tons of new features as listed here. Drupal is known as a content management and discussion engine suitable to setup a news-driven community or portal sites. It is mostly used as slash-like weblog software and makes a great alternative for Slash, Scoop and PHP-Nuke. It sure has more features. Drupal has also proven to be a valuable building block and has been successfully integrated in sites like NewsIsFree.com and Tipic.com, corporate intranets, and -- last but not least -- it is being used as a personal blogging tool as, for instance, can be seen at voidstar.com."