Presented in French.A typical Drupal site tends to devolve into entropy (chaos), no matter how well intentioned we are in keeping it well-structured, especially after many years. Before migrating from one major version to another, this chaos needs to be brought under control. This talk will look at a healthcare-sector Drupal site which, as is often the case, got bloated with functionality over its 10 years of use: importing events from Eventbrite; webforms; importing personnel records from a third-party site; plugging into a third-party system to fetch emergency-room waiting times. Then there is all that functionality which someone, at one point, thought was a good idea, but which is never used: a scheduling system to publish changes, a revision control system to stage content. The result is a lot of dead code and a overly-complex system.