WhiteHouse.gov makes further Drupal code contribution
The White House blog states that White House New Media Director Macon Phillips announced a second release of code to the Drupal community at the Tech@State: Open Source event that took place at the State Department. According to the blog, WhiteHouse.gov has also helped to support development of a number of Drupal related projects.
The developers of the US Presidential web site WhiteHouse.gov switched to open source web site management system Drupal to manage the site in October of 2009 and have already made a previous contribution of code.
This second code contribution consists of a set of tools intended to improve the functionality of the popular IMCE file manager. The IMCE Tools have three major functions; an interface to control the directories a user can access via the IMCE module, a file search function and a file path function that presents the URL of a file for sharing as a link.