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Josh Koenig's passionate presentation on the Future of Drupal at CapitalCamp 2013 was inspiring and worth discussing. So here I am!
Last week I attended the HTML5 Dev Conference in San Francisco. While reasonably priced, the conference offered excellent workshops full of cutting-edge techniques and geeky humor. I enjoyed learning about new technologies and tools, as well as receiving confirmation of some best practices that I’ve been using.
It's been a couple of weeks since Kalamuna ushered in a new era of peace and harmony by running Wordpress on Pantheon. However, even as the people rejoiced in celebration of this momentous discovery, not all was right in the CMS kingdom. Was this blissfull new marriage between Pantheon and Wordpress in danger? Turns out no, but the hook was too much to resist.
Kalamuna doesn’t dabble in theology, so we tend not to participate in debates over CMS superiority. From our perspective, Wordpress and Drupal were created equal, solving similar problems in different ways for different people. It thus saddened us to think that Pantheon, our favorite hosting provider, might separate our client’s Drupal site from its Wordpress-powered blog. Fortunately, no such CMS sin was committed. Read on to grasp true content management nirvana!