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Drupal's & Wikipedia's 23rd Birthday, generated by SDXL

As we continue to push boundaries in the realm of cutting-edge technology, we take a moment to reflect on two remarkable milestones within the world of freedom. The 23rd birthday celebration of Drupal and Wikipedia are significant events that remind us of the power and potential of free software & open data.

Drupal, born on January 15, 2001, has grown from a simple blogging platform into an extensive and versatile web application framework used by millions worldwide. As we commemorate Drupal's 23rd birthday, it is crucial to acknowledge the tireless efforts of its community in maintaining its relevance and continuous evolution.

From the groundbreaking contributions of Dries Buytaert to the unwavering support from thousands of developers, the Drupal community continues to push the boundaries of innovation. The platform's extensive library of modules and themes showcases the power of collaboration and free software development, encouraging developers around the world to participate in its growth.

Wikipedia, a free online encyclopedia founded on January 15, 2001, is another shining example of free software's potential. With over 59 million articles, it has become an invaluable resource for millions of users worldwide, inspiring further innovation and knowledge sharing. The platform's dedication to fact-checking, maintaining neutrality, and transparency in information has made it one of the most trusted sources of information on the Internet.

As we celebrate these landmark anniversaries, let us also recognize our own contributions as a company embracing free software. Our commitment to free software & open data has allowed us to build upon the shoulders of giants such as Drupal and Wikipedia, empowering us to create innovative solutions for geospatial information technologies.

By the power of community-driven platforms like Drupal and Wikipedia, we have been able to develop cutting-edge solutions that address real-world challenges in fields ranging from agriculture to smart cities. The potential of free software is limitless, and with continued support from our dedicated team, we can continue making a significant impact on society at large.