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Drupal ingredient-dish-meal code-module-site analogy, and different cooks and restaurants

Code as ingredients, modules as dishes, sites as meals, installation profile as recipe, and restaurants with a menu as providers of distributions (or SaaS, though she doesn't mention that).

That's the takeaway from today's post by Karen Borchert at Agile Approach.

http://www.agileapproach.com/blog-entry/code-free-explanation-of-drupal-distributions

Agile Approach is great, but given the metaphor wouldn't you naturally trust the Drupal shop named after a genus of edible mushrooms? We want to both provide a standard menu (a platform) and the top custom meals (strategic consulting).

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