ncoetzer at halsteds.co.zw
Mon Dec 15 14:30:44 GMT 2008
Having played around with Joomla quite a bit, and having used Drupal
too, I would say that personally my preference has shifted to Drupal.
For me, the commercial module support doesn't even come into the
equation... actually it sounds like a lame excuse that one might use
when they've run out of other arguments and have realised they're wrong
but don't want to admit it :) Isn't that kind of like saying Windows is
better because there's more commercial support for it?
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. There are tons of free and open source modules for
Drupal too so I really don't even think it's a valid arguing point.
An argument like this should be based on which is technically better,
which is more secure, and which is easier to use.
I'm not a web developer, but that's just my five cents. I'm not
"against" Joomla or anything... but I do prefer Drupal.
On Mon, 2008-12-15 at 16:13 +0200, Kalpesh Thaker wrote:
> We've been having a Drupal vs Joomla war over at our office...
> apparently people say its not so popular...and that joomla has more
> commercial module support....and that it doesnt work as well...
> so i dug around for references to some high profile sites that use
> drupal :P
> one of the main ones which isnt listed is the bbc.co.uk site... as
> well as a highly
> customised version for google sites (incl gmail)
> this isnt a pointless argument, as some of these links/sites give a
> good idea of what
> can be done with drupal....despite the huge commercial "module" base
> for joomla
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