Jacksonville using Drupal

Jacksonville, the largest city in Florida, is using Drupal (and Mollom) at http://jacksonville.com. The Florida Times-Union is the major daily newspaper in Jacksonville and Jacksonville.com is its official website. Cool!



Adam A. Gregory (not verified):

Cool, I always thought Miami was the largest city. I woulda never guessed Jacksonville.

It's great seeing Drupal expand out and get more and more use.

June 03, 2009
jmcnair (not verified):

I think that's area, not population. Jacksonville consolidated with Duval county to form a huge metro area.

June 03, 2009
Ilya V. Azarov (not verified):

If there is actual file http://jacksonville.com/CHANGELOG.txt - there is 5.10. And it's not good
We use Drupal 5 for entertainment site of one large city in Russia.

June 03, 2009
yelvington (not verified):

It's Drupal 5, but not 5.10. It's actually Drupal 5 with Pressflow performance patches. When development began, key modules were not yet available for Drupal 6.

June 03, 2009
Ilya V. Azarov (not verified):

With jooy.ru we have the same situation. And more than 30k strings of own code written so it's to expensive jump to drupal 6.x :(

I plan port all codebase from drupal 5 to drupal 7 when it become stable.

June 05, 2009
Usamah (not verified):

Nice implementation.

The design could have been better by making good use of contrast & white space.

June 03, 2009
Thomas Gapinski (not verified):

As a Drupal user and Jacksonville web designer, I'm very pleased to see Jacksonville.com using Drupal. Great job Florida T-U!

June 05, 2009

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