WordPress is an open source weblogging platform. It’s the platform I use to manage this blog and the platform - with some modifications - that Global Voices runs on. It has a reputation for being very user friendly, but for having some underlying architectural problems that make it hard to scale. Drupal is an open source multi-purpose content management system designed for the support of complex websites with multiple authors. It has a reputation for being ludicriously flexible, ungodly powerful and far too complex for mere mortals to use.
From Ethan Zukerman's blog.
So, what's in a reputation? Is Drupal far too complex? What can we do to steal some of Wordpress's "user friendly" reputation? If you've used both, share your thoughts.
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