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campuscodi
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I thought sharing this could help somebody else. I’m currently writing an article about it.

http://www.waterandstone.com/book/2010-open-source-cms-market-share-report

A study by the water & stone agency about brand strength and market share amongst CMSs.

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CreativeMilk
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Nice, more and more are using wordpress

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campuscodi
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The weekly downloads stats just blew me away. WP – around 920.000 All other CMSs – around 210.000

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duotive
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but wordpress is still no CMS

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digitalimpact
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I love it when I see this kind of news :inlove:


but wordpress is still no CMS

Right… so they must have included it in the 2010 Open Source CMS report just because it’s downloaded almost 5 times more than all other OS CMSs combined :P

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duotive
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the guy who created wordpress said its not a cms… but its getting there.

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digitalimpact
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the guy who created wordpress said its not a cms… but its getting there.

Yep, I know what you mean :)

But as long as I create sites (not just publish blogs) and manage their content with it, it’s enough of a CMS for me :)

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the guy who created wordpress said its not a cms… but its getting there.

Yep, I know what you mean :)

But as long as I create sites (not just publish blogs) and manage their content with it, it’s enough of a CMS for me :)

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duotive
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try adding custom widgets to a page or a post using only twentyten and no plugins. you will see when wp stops beeing nice. its good for simple websites. needs extras for bigger websites.
edit: and yea yea the backend is more simple to use than joomla… i know that. and i like wordpress more than joomla but it has some issues….

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campuscodi
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The first time I installed a default Joomla site it behaved as a blog as well. So go figure. :))

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