I wanted to take a a few minutes to document how the Drupal community is amazing in how it self organizes to get stuff done ...
One of the projects that I have started a long time is Userpoints. Being mostly an API, it has flourished with a mini-ecosystem around it of userpoints modules for various and quite diverse things.
For Drupal 6.x, I was fortunate to have jredding (Jacob Redding) take the lead and add several new features that he needs for various projects.
One of the annoying things that we had for years with Drupal is that the directory structure could be much cleaner.
A better directory structure helps with a lot of things, such as backups and upgrades.
If you are attending DrupalCon at San Francisco next week, please join Khalid on Tuesday April 20th, from 3:00 to 4:00 PM. The room is 305.
Khalid will showcase a Drupal site with 2.4 million page views per day, 60 million per month, one server.
2bits.com have proposed two sessions for the upcoming DrupalCon in San Francisco.
The first one is about sharing our experience on how to scale Drupal for high traffic web sites, showcasing a site that gets
2.4 2.5 million page views a day, and 60 66 million page views a month, on a single server! As you can see, the numbers keep moving up, so who knows what it will be by mid April !!
DrupalCon DC 2009 is one day away, and 2bits.com will be there presenting on Backend Drupal performance optimization and tuning.
This is a topic we often write about in our section dedicated to articles on Drupal performance tuning and optimization for large web sites, and is a very popular section of this web site.
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