Open Source vs. Proprietary Content Management Systems in Nonprofits

This report from CivicActions shows the use of various content management systems in foundations. 20% of the top 885 foundation sites surveyed use open source CMSs:

  • Drupal (64/7.23%)
  • Wordpress (60/6.78%
  • Joomla (35/3.5%
  • Plone, Typo3 and Xoops combined (11/1/24%)

The bulk of the foundations use proprietary CMSs:

Migrating from WordPress

Blogs are great--for certain things. Radio Userland was exciting, and Blogger was a great improvement that added all kinds of power. WordPress is even better, and, as is always the case, being built with a new architecture on the experiences of other blogging systems, it is terrific.

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