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[school-discuss] CMS input requested..
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- From: "Justin Riddiough" <jriddiough@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 13 Jul 2006 02:53:50 +0000
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I had thought the direction to go was with Joomla! as I'd found it a
pretty flexible system to work with. Given recent news that their
lead developer has moved on to other projects and they are
reorganizing, I think the CMS is something to spend a little more time
It looks like another good CMS out there is drupal, and I'd put them
on near equal footing as far as capabilities. If they are both still
active projects down the road, which would offer more customizations
and open components that would be customized (if needed) and
integrated into the website? I haven't spent much time with drupal
yet, but it would be worth learning it if it is the better choice.