Druplicious: a little project in progress

David Mignot

This started when yahoo announced that they wanted to sell delicious. I quickly started to play with drupal to have an alternative in case the website would have closed. In fact it was just putting the right ingredients together: prepopulate, views, taxonomy and some little javascript. Nothing fancy.

Recently I stumbled on this forgotten project and created a simple theme. Doing so motivated me to add some new functionality to it, like the "tag suggestion". I don't know how far l will push this project but this could become a "druplicious" drupal distribution, who knows.

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