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2007 Overall Open Source Content Management System Award（2007年整体开源内容管理系统奖）:1. Drupal
3. CMS Made Simple
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! and Drupal occupied first and second places in 2006, with their quality proving to be popular with the judges again this year. Joomla! retains its position in the top three, coming second and winning $3,000, with CMS Made Simple in third collecting $2,000.
Initially released in 2001, Drupal has grown to become one of the most downloaded Open Source Content Management Systems with one of the most enthusiastic and committed communities. "This is a great honor for the Drupal community and the thousands of individual developers who've contributed to the project" confirms Drupal developer and core contributor Jeff Eaton. "We've worked hard to make Drupal as flexible, as scalable, and as accessible as possible. It's a great week for all of Open Source; the winners in every category have shown that OSS can produce powerful solutions for a wide range of needs" he concludes.
Alongside the overall winner, Packt ran categories for best Open Source PHP Content Management System, best non-PHP CMS, best Open Source Social Networking and also most promising Open Source CMS. In a twist on the overall results, Joomla! beat Drupal into second place for the best Open Source PHP CMS. Packt handed out a total of $20,000 in prize money to the winning Content Management Systems.
Winners in the other final categories include:
Most Promising: MODx
Best Open Source PHP: Joomla!
Best non PHP Open Source CMS: mojoPortal
Best Social Networking: WordPress
The Awards were designed to recognize and reward Open Source CMS’s for their consistently high standards in what is an extremely competitive field. The result of this year’s Award confirms this quality and also suggests that there isn’t necessarily one CMS that is the best, more that there is the best one to fit an individual user’s needs and requirements.
Most Promising Open Source Content Management System（有前途的开源内容管理系统）:1. MODx
2. TYPOlight, dotCMS
MODx is built in PHP and uses a MySQL database backend and runs on pretty much any version of either released in the last few years. Techies call MODx a Content Management Framework: equal parts custom web app builder and Content Management System.
MODx’s co-founder Ryan Thrash is justifiably pleased with the Award: “Winning the Award for the Most Promising Open Source CMS is a tremendous honor for MODx. For the team, it validates the past two years of hard work. The people that really deserve the credit though is our community, the heart and soul of MODx. We're lucky to have such a wonderful and growing base of users of all experience levels.”
The Award presents MODx with the opportunity to develop further and compete for the Overall Award next year. So what does 2008 have in store for MODx? Thrash reveals that they “plan to live up to the Award title, and look forward to an incredible year for MODx complete with major releases, increased scalability and functionality, and even a few interesting surprises.”
With an equal number of votes, TYPOlight and dotCMS finished joint second, holding off strong competition from both SilverStripe and Nuke Evolution.
“It is a great honor to be amongst the winners of an Award, which has that many competitors. It somehow shows that having a lot of features is not the only thing that matters when it comes to designing a CMS” says lead developer of the TYPOlight project, Leo Feyer. “This Award confirms the concept of TYPOlight and is a great motivation to continue development” Feyer concludes.
In joint second place was dotCMS, an open source enterprise Content Management System that incorporates web content management with CRM, eCommunication tools and ecommerce. The team at dotCMS is rightly proud of their achievement, as Will Ezell, their CTO explains: “At dotCMS, we've been proud to be a part of Packt's Open Source CMS Award competition. Packt's Award has brought real open source visibility to the dotCMS project. Our strong finish in a crowded field is direct feedback by the open source community that we are moving in the right direction.”
The most promising category was designed to give further recognition to the variety of new open source Content Management Systems currently available. In an extremely competitive and high quality field, this category should provide a boost in both monetary and publicity terms, to Content Management Systems that are seeking much needed recognition. As Ryan Thrash, Leo Feyer, and Will Ezell have stated, we hope that this has been achieved.
Congratulations to all five finalists.
Best PHP Open Source Content Management System（开源内容管理系统）:1. Joomla!
Joomla! is possibly one of the biggest success stories in open source of late. Its first release came in only September 2005 and since then has grown to be one of the most downloaded Content Management Systems on the web.
Joomla! Project Manager Johan Janssens said that adding this latest award to Joomla's steadily growing collection of prizes was recognition of the project as a whole.
"While I can't pretend to read judges minds, I'm sure Joomla's wealth of community and focus on creating the foundations of a next generation framework, demonstrated the true strengths of the project," he said.
In fact, the judges noted a number of factors that helped Joomla! secure the Award. Most notably its good front-end for administrators and end-users, which gives users a simple and traditional company website straight out of the box. In full agreement with Janssens, the judges commented on the size and responsiveness of the community as a massive strength, noting that it can identify potential problems and deal with them quickly.
Joomla! is also in the final five for the Overall Award, which is announced on Friday November 2.
Best Other Open Source Content Management System（其他开源CMS）:1. mojoPortal
With PHP/MySQL Content Management Systems dominating the 2006 Awards, it was decided that setting up a category for CMS’s written in other languages would be an important addition for 2007. This has enabled us to present and give extra recognition to the plethora of non PHP/MySQL CMS’s that are available. This was backed up by the judges who noted the quality of all five finalists and how difficult the job of selecting a top three was.
The judges agreed that mojoPortal’s ease of use, set of relevant tools and plugins and also the fact that it is cross platform, made it stand out above the rest. On hearing the news, Joe Audette, the founder, leader and primary developer of mojoPortal was predictably pleased. "The mojoPortal team is very happy to be honored with this award. We are working very hard to continuously improve mojoPortal and will use the award money to fund the completion of our e-commerce feature" he explained. "We'd like to thank our community members and the judges for helping us achieve this recognition and we'd like to thank Packt Publishing for the additional attention to our project which has resulted from this contest and award" Audette concludes.
Congratulations to mojoPortal.
Best Open Source Social Networking Content Management System（开源社会化络CMS）:1. WordPress
2. Drupal, Elgg
In what is one of the new categories for 2007, the Open Source Social Networking CMS Award was designed to recognise Content Management Systems that promoted the collaboration and distribution of information and development of communities. The Judges commented on WordPress’s ease of configuration, professional approach, usability and enthusiastic community. Along with the title, WordPress will receive $2,000 in prize money from Packt.
With the judges choosing and visitors to contributing their top three choices, Elgg and Drupal ended up on the same number of votes in joing second. Judges praised Elgg as a true Open Source Social Networking CMS, its variety of themes and overall user experience. Drupal had a long list of positive comments from the judges and was praised as a good overall package.脑瘫去看那个科脑瘫去成都那里治疗好湖南癫痫病能治好吗