Call for Articles - Drupal

Are you a Drupal developer anxious to share your knowledge with Linux Journal's audience?  We're currently accepting article proposals for an upcoming special Drupal issue, and we'd love to see your ideas.

We are particularly interested in articles about Drupal distributions and developing for them, but all Drupal-related topics will be considered. Security, deployment, scaling, module development, and themeing are all great topics.

The deadline for content is August 13th, so please send your ideas as soon as you can! This is a fantastic opportunity to spread the Drupal love to a broader audience of open source enthusiasts. 

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I am at the tail of the

Dave Keays's picture

I am at the tail of the initial development of a project and have an article in my head about using Drupal7 for a site that fits into today's online culture. I will have 1500+ words down by the end of the week, is that acceptable?

Dave Keays, freelance webmaster

great idea

miguel a.'s picture

this is a great idea. some PR for drupal. did i mention that i am a "drupalista" :). i am looking forward to the articles.



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