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With The Gloom And Doom Of Drupal 6, Let’s Learn From Our Shortcomings

With The Gloom And Doom Of Drupal 6, Let’s Learn From Our Shortcomings

By Jeffrey Wisard December 9, 2015 Articles and Editorials  Comments

Thursday November 19th, 2015, was a momentous day for the open source community. After 1,716+ days of work by more than 3,312 developers, the Drupal community finally released Drupal 8. There were release parties and celebrations all over the world. Guides where written about Why Drupal 8 and Everything You Need To Know About Drupal 8. And big names (Like Red Hat, The Economist, Johnson & Johnson) proudly announced that they migrated to the best version of Drupal ever made. It’s been an incredibly exciting time.

But I don’t want to talk about Drupal 8. I want to talk about Drupal 6. It may seem odd to talk about a seemingly ancient version of Drupal, but I think what happened with D6 should not be repeated with D8. Read More →





8 Ways WordPress Beats Drupal and Joomla

8 Ways WordPress Beats Drupal and Joomla

By Mike Johnston March 5, 2015 Articles and Editorials  Comments

WordPress is a monster in the CMS industry, to the point that it's almost unfair how many websites are powered by the popular open source CMS. With a whopping 23.4% of the web running WP, it's amazingly popular and far surpasses any other CMS in the world. Today, I'm going to share with you my thoughts on why WordPress beats Drupal and Joomla. I'm going to do so by sharing what I consider to be the 10 ways it does this. Read More →