[Typo3] Typo3 vs OpenCMS

Dmitry Dulepov typo3 at fm-world.ru
Tue Jul 26 15:22:38 CEST 2005


Just my two cents: I was really scared when I saw typo3 backend at the
first time (thought: "too many things! I will never get in them!"). But
after two or three months I was thinking how well and carefully it is
organized and how convinient it is for daily usage :) Now I have a
couple of non-computer people, managing a number of sites, creating a
number of various pages every day...

Typo3 is not really difficult as some people describe. It is like
learning to drive a car: too scary at the beginning ("where is that damn
clutch pedal?"), absolutely automatic in usage after a while. No stupid
limitations, full power of doing anything you want... Not a "yet another
software" but simply magic! :)


P.S. And I think "a car" is a good comparison. This is not a bicycle
(like many other CMSes). This is really a good car in CMS world!
Universal and expendable to no limit...

Sorry for such emotional post but after almost a year I still excited
with Typo3. :)

Damon Kristian-Ardumba wrote:
> I do not find Typo3 so easy on the back end, OpenCms with its
> windows-like interface is straight-forward
> otherwise i agree with you

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