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Hi,

I am already using PHP Nuke as CMS.
I think to change it.I heard about good things about Xoops ,
What do you suggest ?

thanks,

Gokhan
http://www.itinfomap.com/

Aug 1 '07 #1
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"Gökhan Altınsoy" <go************@gmail.comwrites:
I am already using PHP Nuke as CMS.
I think to change it.I heard about good things about Xoops ,
What do you suggest ?
I have not had a chance to use it myself, but I have
heard a lot of good things about drupal, http://www.drupal.org/,
very active development and a lot of features.

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Aug 1 '07 #2

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John Murtari wrote:
"Gökhan Altınsoy" <go************@gmail.comwrites:
>I am already using PHP Nuke as CMS.
I think to change it.I heard about good things about Xoops ,
What do you suggest ?

I have not had a chance to use it myself, but I have
heard a lot of good things about drupal, http://www.drupal.org/,
very active development and a lot of features.
It's good. But as you say, it has a lot of features and the learning
curve is rather steep.

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Aug 1 '07 #3

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On Aug 1, 6:43 am, "Gökhan Alt nsoy" <gokhanaltin...@gmail.comwrote:
Hi,

I am already using PHP Nuke as CMS.
I think to change it.I heard about good things about Xoops ,
What do you suggest ?

thanks,

Gokhanhttp://www.itinfomap.com/
Ive been looking at Joomla and Drupal as two for my stuff, mainly want
GPL and multi-lingual support. A good place to start is http://www.cmsmatrix.org/
which will show you hundreds of CMS stats and let you do side-by-side
comparisons of stats.

Aug 2 '07 #4

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On Aug 2, 6:09 am, la...@portcommodore.com wrote:
On Aug 1, 6:43 am, "Gökhan Alt nsoy" <gokhanaltin...@gmail.comwrote:
Hi,
I am already using PHP Nuke as CMS.
I think to change it.I heard about good things about Xoops ,
What do you suggest ?
thanks,
Gokhanhttp://www.itinfomap.com/

Ive been looking at Joomla and Drupal as two for my stuff, mainly want
GPL and multi-lingual support. A good place to start ishttp://www.cmsmatrix.org/
which will show you hundreds of CMS stats and let you do side-by-side
comparisons of stats.
Thanks for comments,
i installed and tried lots of CMS.I think Joomla is best for me.

Aug 4 '07 #5

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