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Topic # 13665 22-May-2007 16:51
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Who's the best Drupal developer in town? 

I'm looking for someone to assist with a custom Drupal/LAMP devlopment and implementation for Greenpeace NZ.

If you're interested or you know a Drupal master please email me nyoung [at] nz.greenpeace.org





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  Reply # 71731 22-May-2007 18:38
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Have you tried http://drupal.org/forum ? Anyway, why Drupal? There's a metric boat-load of CMS (Content Management systems) out there (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_content_management_systems).

You might want to run your thoughts by a PHP master versed in many CMS apps before settling on a particular solution.

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Reply # 71732 22-May-2007 18:44
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But before settling with any solution check for vulnerabilities. That's how iServe got owned last year... Somone was running an older version of a PHP board and the entire machine was compromised after a hacker used a known flaw for that specific software.

Since iServe is running shared servers, you can imagine that a lot of users were affected.





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  Reply # 71827 23-May-2007 09:43
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Thanks everyone.  I'll try the drupal forum and flick taniwha an email.

I have considered lots of different CMS and I do think Drupal/Civicspace meets the needs of this particular project but I'm open to other suggestions.

If you're interested, we have the Greenpeace UK website running on Drupal http://www.greenpeace.org.uk

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