Acknowledgements to Drupal
We express our appreciation for Drupal and its community for having developed a limitless system for creativity and imagination enabling the creation of almost unrestricted accessible websites. Drupal is an advanced open-source content management tool for creating dynamic websites, which provides a broad range of features and services. It is an open-code program which supports a GNU/GPL license and PHP code, and it is developed and maintained by the active community of its users. It stands out for the quality of its code and the pages created; the adherence to web standards; and a special emphasis on usability and consistency of all the system. Drupal’s design is particularly suitable to build and manage Internet communities. However, its flexibility and adaptability, as well as a broad availability of additional modules; makes of Drupal the ideal tool for creating different websites. Drupal’s main development and management site is drupal.org, where thousands of users worldwide actively participate. Our site was developed with Drupal, an advanced open-source content management.
Acknowledgements to Wikipedia
We would like to show our appreciation for Wikipedia, as we have created our definition pages in TecnoAccesible with their articles (properly acknowledged in every case) These articles now represent the main content of our taxonomy. Besides, we want to applaud Wikipedia for their contribution to the universalization of knowledge. Wikipedia is a project for the creation of a free community encyclopaedia in every language. It was founded by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger based on the wiki concept of collective creation of web documents without the need of content check before its acceptance and open publication. The English version began on 15 January 2001. Three and a half years later, in September 2004, around ten billion of active editors were working on one million articles in over fifty languages