[Typo3] Typo3 vs OpenCMS
w.holzhammer at tirol.gv.at
Tue Jul 26 14:05:33 CEST 2005
I'm evaluating different CMS and arrive at the conclusion to decide between two products: Typo3 3.8 and OpenCMS 6.0.
Inhouse our infrastructure and software-engineering is all java-based which makes it a little difficult to argue for a php-based system.
But integration the CMS into our infrastructure is not THAT important so I wouldn't mind to run it as "blackbox" using LDAP for user-administraion.
- open source
- static files output
- simple workflows
Pros and Cons for Typo3:
pro: online-community, extension-principle, ldap-integration, out-of-the-box features, ease of use
cons: workflows, versioning, "php-based"
Pros and Cons for OpenCMS:
pro: "java-based", versioning, workflows
cons: ldap-integration, out-of-the-box features, online-community
So my question:
- After searching I wasn't able to find a direct comparison between this two products (www.cmsmatrix.org isn't that up to date) - anyone knows an usable article anywhere?
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