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Drupal 6 end of lifeToday, February 24th 2016, marks end-of-life support for Drupal 6. Originally released in February 2008, over 110,000 websites still use Drupal 6 as their content management system.

If your organization is running a site on Drupal 6, you will need to consider two distinct courses of action to prevent your site from being jeopardized by future security threats.

How to Host Drupal - Part 1Drupal is a wonderful open source content management system for any site: business or enterprise. Hosting a finished Drupal website, however, can be a challenge. When you’re looking at a finished website and ready to take it to the public, you will want to make sure that it’s hosted in the right environment for performance, reliability, scalability and security.

Shameless self-promotion: I will be on the PHP Roundtable podcast February 22nd!  The show will cover GitHub, contributing to open source, and other related topics.  You can watch live or view the post-show recording on YouTube. 

Anyway, here’s this week’s roundup: