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We’ve been talking a lot about the Open Y Drupal distribution over the past few months. And it’s no wonder: it’s won awards, made headlines, and even got a few shout-outs at DrupalCon Baltimore.
It’s hard to believe that another DrupalCon has come and gone — it feels like just yesterday when we were mourning the passing of Drupal 6 in New Orleans and unveiling our new branding in Los Angeles.
DrupalCon Baltimore is only a few days away, and we couldn’t be more excited to see our clients, friends, and colleagues there.
While working on a presentation for DrupalCon Baltimore, I was brainstorming various tactics and proposals for removing components and modules from Drupal core. The act of deleting something from core can, at first glance, seem simple, but it brings up a more interesting discussion.
At FFW, we talk a lot about Drupal as a digital experience platform. But what does that mean?