Getting Baited by that old Open Source CMS Vs Proprietary CMS Boxing Match
Oh that Old Song and Dance
While I was scanning over some recent topics being discussed in our group, I came across a familiar conversation; Oh it's that Open Source CMS Vs Proprietary CMS thing again. It's great to see a more blatant and challenging tone rather than a somewhat more mediated and straightedge pros and cons type of article. We like to see authors sticking their necks out and commend Michael Assad (of Agility CMS) on his approach. It should be said that his post was influenced by a somewhat more over the top post that can be found here.
This author (yours truly) believes that if you make a point of speaking for the 'whole of the open source world', you need to wave more than one flag (Drupal). That's a bit old. We love this battle and always enjoy reading over the comments as the punches fly. :)
Both posts have great comments so please go forth, pick a side and joing the conversation.
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