http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9219685/Site_builder_shootout_Drupal_vs._Joomla_vs._WordPress Very good article IHMO.
> Hi to everyone, > I was trying to figure this out for the last week or two. I have read tons > of articles that compare Drupal and WordPress, but I still wasn't swayed > to either side. > I know that they are both good, both do the job well, and both have > advantages and disadvantages. For example, Drupal has a steeper learning > curve, but you get more control over the website. > Most of Drupal vs WordPress articles are "emotionally" driven and it > reminds me of the PC vs Apple flame war. I was trying to exclude these as > much as I could but it's hard. > > Is there any website/article/benchmark/test/experiment/whatever I can > trust to be unbiased? I need a website that measures the CMS' through > facts, not heated, emotional arguments. In which cases is it better to use > Drupal over WordPress (and vice-versa)? I know the first two words are > going to be "it depends", but let's talk about it in general (for small > basic websites, more complex websites, easy customization, etc). > > I found this on one page: "... Drupal was built as a fine-grained > multi-role system where you can assign different permissions to different > roles to do different things (e.g. content editor, content reviewer, > member, etc.) and assign users to these roles..." Does that mean that > WordPress can't do that? Maybe it can, and the quotation is true, but it > is kind of misleading to say that one of the programs does something, and > then not mention the other product at all. > > Special points for me are (not a must, though) > - multiple websites with single core (both CMSs have the capability but I > got impression Drupal does it better?) because of maintenance > - compatibility with CiviCRM > > Once I decide what to use, I have to stick with it for a while. > > Thanks for any help. > > LAMP > > > -- > PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) > To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php