Based on our experience with our successful release candidates, we are confident to announce that Drupal 8.0.0 will be released on November 19, 2015!
Any customers using Drupal 7, who’d like a development area for working on Drupal 8, can get one free of charge from 2020Media.
Please send us your request at https://pfs.2020media.com/my-messages.html
We can copy your existing site, or give you a clean Drupal 8 install.
Source: Drupal 8.0.0 will be released on November 19, 2015 | Drupal.org
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The Drupal organisation is pushing to increase it’s membership by 1000 new members.
Drupal is free software but still requires a lot of work to make it happen. If you use Drupal, please consider joining the Drupal association and bask in the warm glow that you’ve given back something to the amazing application that is Drupal.
2020Media has been a member for many years, why don’t you join too?
This time around, Drupal folk are talking up tooling for “the post-browser era”, which apparently means lots of people now read stuff on devices
Dries Buytaert, creator and project lead of Drupal and also CTO at Drupal-wrangling firm Acquia reckons the new edition “… provides a modern development framework, a reimagined user experience, and tools that empower builders to create digital experiences that are multilingual, mobile and highly personalized.”
Responsive interfaces are pervasive, so you can wield the CMS or create content on just about any device that takes your fancy. Improved accessibility features are front and centre, as is security thanks to more granular control over user roles. Exporting content between Drupal instances, or between test and production rigs, has been improved.
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