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A WordPress Agency Moves Away from Wordpress

Despite being into Drupal and believing in the software and the community, one tends to know the faults of one's own software better than the faults of other software. So the image of WordPress is something that just works, and is able to do seamless upgrades version after version, etc.

But, obviously, it's not right for everything, and its fans can realize that, too.

http://kevinjohngallagher.com/2012/01/wordpress-has-left-the-building/

In what he is looking for, where does Drupal match up? (My question marks are where i'm not quite sure what he means.

"WordPress has either no, or severely limited:"

  • Document management  Um....
  • Workflow management  With help...
  • Digital asset management  Kinda?
  • Link management  Yeah...
  • User management  Hell yes.
  • ESI Caching / CDN ability  Yes.
  • WYSIWYG editing  If you insist. You've got choices anyway.
  • Single Sign-on  Heh. Hmm. Several options...
  • Multi-side Admin  Multi-side?
  • Publishing options  Yeah?
  • Access Management  Absolutely.
  • Application  Um?
  • Multi-lingual  Yes.
  • n-to-n content sharing  Yes?
  • Reporting  Yes?
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Comments

I saw the original post and

I saw the original post and had a chuckle. I share the same sentiments on all your bullet points and he has not shared anything further.

I smell a little Linkbait.

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