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London Paper cuts costs by 66% with open source website

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The London Paper has switched to an open source content management system as part of a major overhaul of its website.

The News International-owned publication, which is read by over one million people in the capital each day, claims it is the first newspaper to run its website on an open source platform.

The London Paper worked with integration specialists Assanka to build the platform, based on open source content management system (CMS) Drupal, over a five and a half week period.

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Also: Australian Broadcasting Corporation using Drupal

And: Battlefield 1943 using Drupal

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