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WhiteHouse.gov Makes Custom Code Available

Dave Cole, on the White House Blog, announced today that WhiteHouse.gov is making some of its custom code open source. A great deal of the code created for and at the White House’s online outfit is available as part of Drupal.org.

The current releases are Context HTTP Headers, GovDelivery and NodeEmbed.

  • Context HTTP Headers “allows site builders to add new metadata to the content they serve.”
  • GovDelivery is a module that unites CMS with “one of the popular services for government email programs.”
  • NodeEmbed is a tool for managing photo and video metadata.

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