The Drupal Commerce site is now dead, according to a new report.
The report, from a new organization called Drupal Commerce Action, claims that the site’s admins have abandoned it.
The Drupal Marketplace, an official Drupal theme, remains online.
In a statement, Drupal Commerce said that it has been “a long time since Drupal Commerce has been active on Drupal.com.”
Drupal Commerce was a way to manage your website’s content, but its design was far from flawless.
“We had to take some serious time away from Drupal Commerce,” a Drupal Commerce representative told Ars.
The site’s administrators also said that the new Drupal Commerce will be discontinued in January 2018.
“The Drupal Commerce team is very excited to announce the Drupal Commerce for 2017 and beyond is coming to an end in January, 2018,” the Drupal Marketplace said in a statement.
“For more information about Drupal Commerce, check out our blog.”
This isn’t the first time Drupal Commerce got hacked.
In October 2016, Drupal 6.x versions of Drupal Commerce were released for sale on the website, according a report by The Register.
The hackers released the code in January 2016, but it wasn’t until December that Drupal Commerce officially stopped working.
The malware was eventually decimated.
The developers said in that post that they were still “looking for the remaining Drupal Commerce users,” but didn’t give a reason.
Drupal Commerce still works on older versions of the site, but not on the new version.
The Marketplace has a Drupal.org page that contains the latest versions of Commerce and other modules, but that’s all.