Is Drupal awareness growing in Nigeria

chuta's picture
No
13% (1 vote)
Yes
38% (3 votes)
I can be better.
38% (3 votes)
Who cares?
13% (1 vote)
Total votes: 8

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"It" can be better

aniediudo's picture

Hi chuta,

I guess the 3rd option on your poll ought to read "It can be better". I actually tried to vote that option & I kept getting a validation error. Eventually chose "Yes".

This is also to inform the Drupal community in Lagos (& Nigeria) that as part of the Audax Lecture Series, we will be having a "Drupal Awareness" camp/meetup on Wednesday 13th of March, 2013 at Audax Solutions, Plot 24, Block 113, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos.

Details of the event will soon be up here & all over social media platforms.

Audax (Venue) Pictures: http://goo.gl/wNhlz

Venue Directions (Google Maps): http://goo.gl/maps/r9PYl
Venue Directions (Bing): http://binged.it/Xh9apa

Chill Pill

Hard to say, I've only seen

Ony's picture

Hard to say, I've only seen one fairly large site using it, and it was a newspaper site, so that's good. At the moment people are still trying to use WP for everything. I got into Drupal proper a couple of months ago, and have come a long way since then. I still think we're a loooong way away from anything resembling a vibrant Drupal community here.

A few large Drupal sites in Nigeria

aniediudo's picture

There are a couple of fairly large Nigerian sites using Drupal that you may not be aware of. In the Newspaper space there is:

In the enterprise space, MTN Nigeria's website is also built on Drupal.

If you "suspect" a site is built with Drupal, or you'd like to know which CMS the site is built on, install this Google Chrome Sniffer Browser Add-on and look to the right of the address bar while browsing.

Chill Pill

Newspapers on Drupal

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