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  • PHP Magic Methods discussed at Pro PHP Blog

    I was looking for variety in the CMS headlines to excerpt/post at my site, but everything is coming up Drupal this morning. Not such a bad thing if you like Drupal, is it? What I hadn't expected was a discussion of Larry Garfield's benchmarking of PHP magic over at Jeff Moore's Professional PHP Blog. Garfield has been collecting some benchmarks in preparation for Drupal 7 development. Drupal 7 "will open up developers to PHP 5 functionality when it is released next year" and likely break…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted November 05, 2007

  • CMSReport.com: Text editor, Advertisement

    I'm in the middle of switching the text editor on CMS Report from FCKeditor to TinyMCE. Both are fine WYSIWYG editors, but I have seen some problems lately so this is a good time to try something different. The text editor is available to those who have open a free account here at CMS Report. The CSS in the Drupal theme I'm using isn't quite compatible with the TinyMCE editor so I'll be doing some tweaking in the next week or so. During the past few months, I've been getting inquiries…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted November 03, 2007

  • Demand for IT Admins Hits Five Year High

    Baseline reports that demand continues to increase for qualified people in the information technology field.  This demand is in part due to the number of the baby boomer generation retiring within the next 10 years.  Also, the decrease in students choosing a major in computer science, engineering, or mathematics isn't helping either. In the article, Demand for IT Admins Hits Five Year High , a survey found strong needs and increasing salaries for IT professionals for the following computer…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted November 02, 2007

  • Drupal Overall Winner in Packt's 2007 Open Source CMS Award

    Packt Publishing announced that Drupal has won their Overall 2007 Open Source Content Management System Award. After three intense months of voting, Packt Publishing can today announce that Drupal has won the Overall 2007 Open Source CMS Award. With 18,000 votes on Packt’s website, coupled with the expert opinions from a panel of judges, Drupal succeeds Joomla! as the overall winner and receives a cheque for $5,000. Joomla!, last year's award winner, placed second this year and was…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted November 02, 2007

  • Best Open Source PHP CMS: Joomla wins, Drupal second and e107 third

    By golly, Joomla has been awarded as the Best PHP Open Soure CMS in Packt Publishing's 2007 awards. Joomla! is today revealed as the Award's third category winner, claiming Best Open Source PHP Content Management System. Last year's overall winner came out on top ahead of Drupal in second and e107 in third place and receives $2,000. Joomla! was selected as the winner in the Best PHP category due to "its good front-end for administrators and end-users, which gives users a simple and…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted October 31, 2007

  • PowerCMS 1.1 Hanau

    For some months ago i started with this project that based on Cmsmadesimple. CMSMS  has some disadvantages - low speed , needs much memory , a very bad module api. Now i have made several Versions of PowerCMS and changed many from the original. And now PowerCMS is gone his own way. The default language is german. A very memory efficient CMS, that works without problems on Web server with 8MB memory limit - typically less than 1 mb needed in the frontend A very fast CMS with very small…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted October 31, 2007

  • Best Open Source non-PHP CMS: mojoPortal Wins, Plone second and Silva third

    Congratulations to mojoPortal for recieving the award.  mojoPortal holds dear to CMS Report's heart on the simple fact that it's project leader, Joe Audette, really was the very first project leader that sent us an e-mail to call attention to his content management system.  I feel like we've grown up together.


    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted October 30, 2007

  • Best Open Source Social Networking CMS: Wordpress Wins, Drupal and Elgg second

    Packt Publishing is starting to announce the various winners in its Open Source CMS Awards.  The first category announced was the Best Open Source Social Networking CMS. Packt is pleased to reveal that WordPress is the first winner of the 2007 Open Source CMS Award, picking up the best Open Source Social Networking Content Management System. In a very close category, WordPress came out in front of Elgg and Drupal, who finished joint second. Judges comments for their decisions included:…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted October 29, 2007

  • Open Source Elgg opens the door wider

    The project managing Elgg, an open source networking platform, announced a couple days ago that the software is "now more open than ever".  The project will be opening "the development process, codebase, direction and software roadmap to the community". More recently, expected changes at elgg.org were starting to take place with expectations of discussions taking place throughout the week. This will mean structure both in tools to better support community led development of the software but…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted October 29, 2007

  • Croatian community site converts from e107 to Joomla

    I found this on one of the Joomla blogs, Croatian community site converts from e107. The biggest Croatian community site outside of Croatia converts to Joomla. Croworld.ca has been around for 3 years, although just recently went through a e107 -> joomla conversion. We support the Croatian community outside of Croatia by trying to keep everyone in tune with what is going on in the community. http://www.croworld.ca So why am I posting this here at my site?  Could it be that I want to rub…
    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted October 29, 2007

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