The Australian Government's Drupal-based content management system GovCMS, built by Boston-based open source firm Acquia, has been able to withstand the increase in traffic that has been thrown at it during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department of Finance claims.
A little more than a month after the head of the Drupal content management system project, Dries Buytaert, made his last official statement about the sacking of Larry Garfield, a senior and well-respected member of the community, the matter still sits uncomfortably with an open-source project.
Open source company Acquia will hold its first regional Engage conference in Sydney on 22 and 23 August.
The head of Drupal, Dries Buytaert, has asked a longtime contributor Larry Garfield to leave the project soon after it became public knowledge that Garfield practises a BDSM lifestyle.
Boston-based open source company Acquia has announced that it will provide US$500,000 to the community around the content management system Drupal, in order to help in the development of modules that add additional functionality.
The Boston-based open source company Acquia is expanding its operations in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region as it seeks to explore more business opportunities, the company's general manager for Asia Pacific Japan, Graham Sowden, says.
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