ImpressCMS impressed me so much that I decided to add it to CMS Report's CMS Focus. ImpressCMS pushed XOOPS off of this list!
Some of the XOOPS fans thought I was being too harsh on XOOPS by knocking it off my top 30 list. When I took a look at ImpressCMS (a fork of XOOPS) I was impressed with some of the new directions the project has taken since its departure from XOOPS. I knew I wanted to put ImpressCMS on my top 30 CMS list, but in order to put one into CMS Focus I have to take another CMS off the list. I choose to take XOOPS of the list.
After some discussion with "mamba", I have realized that I may have been premature in taking XOOPS out my top 30 list. So as of today, XOOPS is back on the list. Putting XOOPS on the list bumps off Dragonfly from CMS Focus.
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