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Drupal.org country demographics

Where is the Drupal community from? Every registered user on http://drupal.org can optionally specify what country he or she is from. I've used that information to render the table below. How is your country doing?

Current One year ago Two years ago
Country Rank % Rank % Rank %
United States 1 33.12 1 35.54 1 31.36
India 2 5.68 3 4.89 4 4.14
United Kingdom 3 5.14 2 5.8 2 5.07
Afghanistan (see comments) 4 4.64 13 1.49 13 1.12
Canada 5 4.23 4 4.79 3 4.26
Germany 6 3.03 5 2.78 6 2.32
Australia 7 2.22 7 2.47 7 2.14
China 8 1.95 6 2.59 5 2.36
Spain 9 1.91 8 2.16 8 1.91
Netherlands 10 1.84 10 1.91 10 1.66
Italy 11 1.83 9 1.95 9 1.71
France 12 1.79 12 1.53 12 1.31
Russian Federation 13 1.59 14 1.29 14 1.06
Indonesia 14 1.58 17 1.1 17 0.93
Brazil 15 1.58 11 1.69 11 1.49
Belgium 16 1.35 15 1.25 15 1.04
Hungary 17 1.03 18 0.92 19 0.78
Philippines 18 0.99 19 0.9 18 0.79
Turkey 19 0.97 16 1.12 16 0.99
Poland 20 0.91 22 0.74 23 0.63
Sweden 21 0.81 20 0.83 20 0.72
Viet Nam 22 0.77 27 0.62 26 0.54
Thailand 23 0.75 24 0.71 25 0.59
Malaysia 24 0.72 21 0.76 21 0.68
Mexico 25 0.69 23 0.71 24 0.6
South Africa 26 0.69 25 0.7 22 0.64
Czech Republic 27 0.65 29 0.59 28 0.52
Argentina 28 0.57 26 0.63 27 0.53
Romania 29 0.57 32 0.53 33 0.45
Ukraine 30 0.54 41 0.43 42 0.35
Denmark 31 0.52 33 0.52 32 0.46
Portugal 32 0.52 28 0.59 29 0.52
Switzerland 33 0.5 39 0.45 41 0.36
Israel 34 0.47 36 0.47 39 0.39
Norway 35 0.46 30 0.55 31 0.48
Iran 36 0.46 42 0.43 40 0.37
New Zealand 37 0.45 37 0.46 36 0.41
Singapore 38 0.44 31 0.54 30 0.49
Pakistan 39 0.44 44 0.4 45 0.33
Austria 40 0.43 43 0.41 43 0.34

Update: snufkin used this data to create some cool pie charts.

R.E.M. using Drupal

R.E.M is using Drupal for their new tour website at http://tour.remhq.com/. They are also using Mollom.

I don't know who built the site, but it is a good social publishing showcase. They actively encourage all R.E.M. fans to share and catalog the content they've created. They show the most recent tweets, Flickr photos, YouTube mashups, concert footage, etc. All very cool!

Rem tour

Mollom as a reputation service

A while ago I wrote about spam, OpenID and Mollom. I mentioned that at Mollom we are maintaining an internal reputation for OpenID identifier that we encounter while assessing submitted content. In addition to that, we could also asses the reputation of the OpenID identify provider (IdP), which is useful in its own right.

It is still early days, but I believe that any identify system (i.e. OpenID) needs a reputation component (i.e. Mollom). I also believe that any reputation system needs to be able to establish an identity first.

Mollom's reputation system tries to predict future behavior by looking at past behavior. To do this, Mollom keeps track of past behavior, and updates the behavior as it receives more data about the user. At the same time, Mollom forgets. In other words, one must consistently behave well to maintain a good reputation.

At Mollom, we plan to open up our reputation system through an API (i.e. mollom.getReputationIdentity('http://john.myopenid.com')) or mollom.getReputationProvider('http://myopenid.com')), but before we do, I'd like to solicit some feedback and invite people to participate.

Nothing drives API design better than concrete use cases and experiments in the field. How would you like to consume reputation information? What format should we use so reputation information from different sources can be combined? How can your application help us build and maintain reputation profiles? What Drupal modules can take advantage of this? What Drupal modules can help build reputation? How do we prevent abuse?

I don't expect that we can answer these questions overnight, but if you want to collaborate or prototype a few ideas, let us know. Should be fun!

Nike using Drupal

Nike media beijing

Sportswear manufacturer Nike is using Drupal for their Beijing Olympics website. What is remarkable is that the content on the site is being translated to at least 13 languages (see language drop-down on screenshot). That is a testament to Drupal 6's improved internationalization features, and further proof that I'm not crazy. ;-)

If anyone is working on internationalization improvements for Drupal 7, let me know. I'm accepting patches ...

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