Webware 100

Drupal Wins in CNET Webware 100 again (again)

Drupal wins in cnet webware 100 again
I think we can start to see a pattern emerging here. Drupal gets nominated for a Webware 100 award and goes on to win yet again in 2009.

I won't go on at length about this, but its worth mentioning that Drupal's peers in the award category included Facebook, MySpace and Twitter. The majority of people out there still don't use Drupal and Facebook in the same sentence, but with more wins like this it won't be long until Drupal is universally recognized.

Congrats to all the hard work of core and contributed module maintainers and all the documentation writers and all the admins, bloggers and general supporters that make Drupal so great.

May 19th 2009 4PM
By: andre


Drupal up for Another Award

Vote Drupal for Webware 100

It's that time of year again.

I'm not talking about April showers or patio season. I'm talking about the Webware 100 awards.

Once again Drupal has been nominated to win an award. With nominations now closed, Drupal has been selected to compete in the Social Networking and Publishing category. There is plenty of tough competition in this category where Drupal faces off against the likes of LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

Drupal is no stranger to the Webware 100 having chalked up wins in the past. If you want to help ensure a repeat performance you can do so by voting for Drupal in this year's awards.

Voting is open until the end of April.

April 4th 2009 10AM
By: andre
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Drupal wins yet another award

1,901,373 votes were cast in this year's Webware 100 Awards and a good number of those votes gave Drupal a spot among the winners. Drupal beat out over 4,900 nominees to win the award which recognizes the best Web 2.0 sites, services, and applications on the Web today.

Drupal is getting ever more press these days. This award announcement comes just days after Business week recognized Dries Buytaert (founder of the Drupal project) as one of the best young entrepreneurs of tech in 2008.

April 21st 2008 3PM
By: andre

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