– The White House said that it has released part of its custom code for the
WhiteHouse.gov website, adding to code already made available as part of the
open source Drupal project.
"This code is available for anyone to review,
use, or modify," wrote Dave Cole, a senior adviser to the federal CIO, in
a blog post.
"We’re excited to see how developers across the world put our
work to good use in their own applications."
The White House adopted
Drupal six months ago, allowing anyone to see, modify and redistribute most of
the site’s underlying source code.
Cole said that new code released deals with
the issues of scalability, communication and accessibility. Full details are
available at the link below.