Thu Jul 9 07:09:37 UTC 2009
Bent Terp <bent at nagstrup.dk>

On Thu, Jul 9, 2009 at 7:22 AM, madunix<madunix at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear ALL,
> What  are the experiences you have with various open source CMS
> products (Comparison of PHP-based CMS) such as  (Drupal, Joomla,
> OpenCMS, Typo3, eZ publish ..etc.)

We're migrating from Joomla to Drupal at the moment

> Security, Bugs, Performance, Support, Developer Community, learning
> curve, appearance..etc

Drupal learning curve is rather steep. It has another terminology and
another way of coding.

If you write your pages correctly and have a sufficient memcache, then
performance can be very good ideed.

Community is very active, and bug/security fixes timely.

Appearance is all about theming - your site can look exactly the same,
whether it's Joomla or Drupal or Typo3.

Drual and Typo3 are very good professional CMS's, but they're not
intended for the casual user without programmers and sysadmins.

BR Bent