Le 2010-10-20 00:17, Benjamin Horst a écrit :
> But I'm surely not the only one who will make that decision. Again to
> stress it: It is the content editors/native-lang people basically
> who'll work with it, so it needs to be easy to use for/them/, not
> nice for the admin.
> If both is combined, the better, but if the UI for the user sucks,
> then sorry, you're out of the game.
I agree, but the Drupal UI is strong, so I don't see the problem.
We should also consider that Drupal has a great arsenal of modules that
could add value to the TDF/LibO website. Not to mention dev support of
3,746 devs as well as their support forums (http://drupal.org/), on the
other hand, Silverstripe (http://silverstripe.org) offers a very sparse
amount of 3rd party add-ons (http://silverstripe.org/stable-download/).
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