gives a presentation "The One Woman Web Team", in which the Linux Journal Webmistress advices people on how to handle big web projects alone, with only open-source software and community expertise to help. For the second time in the last 30 days (the first one was at the "Coding for Pleasure" panel), I heard an admonishment for programmers to ask web designer for help with designing their web applications. I guess I should better start heeding this advice. Katherine Druckman thinks Drupal is best for pretty much any web site (except those that are simple enough to be handled by Wordpress), but she warned us against creating a resource-intensive site, and putting it on a slow web host. Because then we'd say "Drupal sucks!", and that would be unfair to Drupal.