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  1. I have my opinions about Joomla but this was a pretty cool interview just to see where they’re at. Funny though the admin interface hasn’t changed… that’s one of the huge reasons I hate it lol… oh well… onto coding something else in WP

  2. Stephen

    Excellent interview Jeff!

    It’s interesting to watch this GPL thing. Most people don’t understand how it works. I have met many folks who think that GPL means that you have to give your code away and that is not the case. GPL has been an issue with WP and Joomla because there are many commercial themes/templates, and plugins/modules. It has not been a big issue with Drupal because there are very few commercial modules. All the good Drupal modules, like Ubercart and CiviCRM, for example, are free.

    Most of my work is with WordPress, but I have inherited some Joomla projects and I like the CMS. I have downloaded the Joomla 1.6 beta and there have been a lot of backend improvements.

    In my humble opinion, WordPress is the best blogging program, but for a major CMS with calendars and CRM, I would use Joomla. I have also used Drupal and Joomla is far easier to work with.

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