<p>These are blog entries related to Drupal. Be sure to also take a look at <a href="/tag/drupal">non-profit sites we've designed with Drupal</a>.</p>
Drupal wins again: "Drupal has won best open source PHP Content Management System for the second year in a row in the Packt Publishing 2009 Open Source CMS Awards. Drupal won by popular vote and a critical selection by a panel of judges. This award reflects the strong support of the Drupal community and our focus on quality which leads to critical acclaim and rapid adoption for large, high quality projects. Drupal won best overall open source CMS in 2007 and 2008." (From drupal.org)
In the "old days" of web development, you had separate files for each page on your website which contained a variety of information -- the design of the site, a menu system, as well as the content of the particular page. As the web has evolved, we've begun to try to keep some of these things separate (you may have heard discussions about separating presentation and content). Since most sites are now driven by some kind of a database, the content of each page doesn't have to be kept in a separate file.