What is your favorite open source CMS?


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MODx all the way

Mark Mitchell's picture

MODx all the way


Anonymous's picture

Processwire obviously. It's like ModX done right. Lighter, clearer, easier.

I love MODx

jolic's picture

my short opinions:

- Joomla is easy and a big CMS
but the editions and upgrades not easy and confuse

- WordPress is a BLOG and super-easy to handle
upgrades are easy

- MODx is the best CMF!
but is not easy to handle without html/css/php knowledge


freddo's picture

im agree with that agument,
joomla is a big cms and easy to handle but when its upgrade not easy and confusing to customize


pchee's picture

Textpattern rules. It just works and is highly customizable.

Joomla Forever

Milos's picture

Joomla is the largest today, seeking simplicity people switch to wordpress...

Actually, WordPress is by far

Anonymous's picture

Actually, WordPress is by far the largest marketshare. Joomla is a distant second.



Anonymous's picture

Do you need any comment?

Wordpress Wins

Radhe's picture

Wordpress Wins

MODX Without A Doubt

Sepia River's picture

The BEST, in my opinion. Fully customized web development without knowing ANY PHP. Scalable from tiny to massive sites. Multiple solutions for every problem - all of them easy to implement. Work is actually FUN with MODX :P Too many reasons to list, really. Add yours here: http://thecreativeflow.posterous.com/top-3-things-that-set-modx-cms-apart

MODX of course

hamstra.mark's picture


Flexibility, scalability and modifying the core without breaking upgrade paths.

Oh, and a template system that's a designers' dream.


Anonymous's picture


Nuxeo (open source,

Anonymous's picture

Nuxeo (open source, Java-based enterprise content management platform).

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