Aug 14, 2007 by Ted Kulp
Needless to say, I'm a bit frustrated. Take a look at this review...
Very clean and simple CMS. Editing stylesheets and templates is a bit awkward, but after some time creating your own stuff, one can get used to it. The quality of the user-submitted modules is abysmal. Many of them are fundamentally flawed and their PHP code is often plainly wrong. If you avoid 3rd party modules, CMS does the job very well.This comes from our page on opensourcecms.com, which is pretty much the largest pusher of traffic to our site from the outside world. A lot of our new users find our name on the list and check us out. And this is pretty much the first thing they see now. The developer's forge is a great idea, but it almost seems like it's hindering as much as it's helping. It's not the first time I've heard this complaint, so we as a group need to try and figure out what we can do about it. Whether it requires a more strenuous testing/acceptance procedure (which we don't really have the manpower to do), or if we just only approve projects that we now will be done right... well, we just don't know. Any suggestions? This needs to be corrected or it will become a downfall of this project. And I refuse to let that happen.
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