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Jeff Geerling on the state of Drupal
Did breaking backwards compatibility kill Drupal? First of all, Drupal is not dead. But I would argue it’s not in healthy place relative to competing projects as it was in its heyday, in the early 2010s.
In this blog post, I will explore the problem the Drupal community finds itself in five years after a major release that broke backwards compatibility in almost every subsystem, forcing a laborious upgrade process and process shift that left many users in the dust.
NetNewsWire 5.1d3 has all kinds of good stuff in it — but it’s not a beta. It’s not even an alpha. It’s a “d” build — which means development but could just as easily mean don’t or dangerous or demons live in this here code.
If you still want it…
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