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Joomla vs Drupal , The Sad Truth
February 16, 2010 @ 13:42:17

New from OurBlogLog.com there's a new post that compares Joomla and Drupal based on their features, ease of use and extensibility.

I've had more than a few conversations recently about which CMS is better. From the Joomla camp I hear, "Joomla is easier. Joomla has a great user interface." From its competitor I hear, "Drupal is more flexible and it has tagging." It's the Pepsi versus Coke debate for open source CMSes.

For the two CMSes there's a list of the good and bad things about each - good on Joomla's side was the easy deployment and versioning of content, good for Drupal was its flexibility and the high profile sites that use it. On the bad side, Joomla has a limitation for one-site-one-install and limited permissions handling. Overall, though, the author found that they both had their strengths and weaknesses and that, if you're shopping around for a CMS, find what fits best for you and your organization.

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