At DrupalCon Barcelona in 2007, while giving my regular “State of Drupal” presentation,
I remarked that during my hour-long session, four new Drupal sites would be
launched. I went on to suggest that three of those four sites would be ugly. A year later,
at DrupalCon Szeged in Hungary, those four new sites per hour had grown to seven
and Drupal 6 had been released, making it easier to create great-looking Web sites.
Still, even now, Drupal faces a common problem on the Web—the relative lack of new,
high quality themes....