Awesomeness and Drupal

It has recently come to my attention that I was the only one on drupal.org that had "awesomeness" as an interest. My complaints on irc sparked the discussion: what does the word "awesomeness" mean? Is it even a word? And why is Drupal pure awesomeness?

So I compiled a list of definitions of "Awesomeness" from the internet:

  • Dictionary.com: The noun form of awesome. A pretty standard definition. Drupal is obviously awesome; so therefore it also must contain awesomeness.
  • Wiktionary: The quality of being awesome. Need I reference all the awesome things about Drupal? Need I mention its incredibly flexible (and awesome) APIs, its cool user interface (which is just awesome)?

    And then, my personal favorite:

  • Urban Dictionary: An unmeasurable amount of awesomenimity something can produce. Drupal has clearly produced an unmeasurable amount of awesomenimity in its many years of being the most awesome CMS out there. Plus, Drupal is open source, so by the transitive property of awesomenimity, since open source has produced an unmeasurable amount of awesomenimity, Drupal also contains an unmeasurable amount of awesomenimity.

So yes, everyone, awesomeness is a real word. So now I am definitely allowed to say it as much as I want. And, please join me in my quest to have http://drupal.org/profile/interest/awesomeness list as many users as possible!

Comments

Huh?

Is this some strange technique of foiling google? You want to be ranked #1 for searches about Open Source Awesomeness?

Just Charlie

No, it's just cwgordon being cwgordon. :-)

Awesomeness

Speaking of awesomeness....... You must play around with http://drupal.org/node/273116 . Sorry for not being on late night. Time Warner Road Runner internet sucks!

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