Por que usar WordPress?? É o melhor.


A Info, a revista nacional mais conceituada na área de tecnologia,  realizou ontem o Prêmio Info 2009 elegendo os melhores em diversas categorias na área de tecnologia. Pelo segundo ano consecutivo o WordPress foi eleito o melhor gerenciador de conteúdo com larga vantagem sobre o segundo colocado o Joomla!.

Veja o resultado:

WordPress, da Automattic 67%
Joomla!, da Open Source Matters 26%
Movable Type, da Six Apart 7%

O resultado só confirma a grande qualidade do WordPress como um Gerenciador de Conteúdo (CMS) ao invés de apenas um gerenciador de Blogs com muitos pensam.

Mês passado (novembro/09) o WordPress venceu também o 2009 Open Source CMS Award na categoria mais concorrida a Overall Best Open Source CMS Award. O concurso recebeu mais  de 12 mil inscritos  e 23 mil votos nas cinco categorias  existentes.

Além de tudo isso o WordPress tem outras excelentes características que sempre gosto de ressaltar:

Código aberto;
Atualizações constantes com que há de mais atual de tecnologia, tudo isso com 1 clique;
• Adaptação do software a sua necessidade;
• Utilização para qualquer fim e sem restrições de uso;
Distribuição de cópias sem restrições;
Não fica vinculado a nenhuma empresa ou pessoa.

Tudo que você precisa é de um bom profissional em WordPress, ou quem sabe você mesmo, já que o WordPress é muito simples de se aprender. Visite o site da comunidade WordPress no Brasil.

WordPress, da Automattic 67%
Joomla!, da Open Source Matters 26%
Movable Type, da Six Apart 7%

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WordPress, da Automattic 67%
Joomla!, da Open Source Matters 26%
Movable Type, da Six Apart 7%

Premio 2009

GERENCIADOR DE CONTEÚDO

WordPress, da Automattic 67%
Joomla!, da Open Source Matters 26%
Movable Type, da Six Apart 7%

http://www.packtpub.com/award

Open Source CMS Award

We are pleased to announce that WordPress has won the Overall Best Open Source CMS Award in the 2009 Open Source CMS Awards. WordPress has won this Award for the first time in the past four years, earning itself a place in the Hall of Fame category for the Award next year.

While WordPress occupied the top spot in the Overall Award, the other two extremely popular finalists MODx and SilverStripe tied for the first runner up position. After Pixie and Pligg sharing a similar result for the Most Promising CMS category, this is the second time the combined opinion of judges and the public was evenly divided for two CMSes, awarding each of them a first runner up spot.

Here’s the distribution of the prize fund for this category:

WordPress: $4,000

MODx: $2,000

SilverStripe: $2,000

This final announcement marks the end of the 2009 Open Source CMS Award. The Award continued to be a great success with over 12,000 nominations and over 23,000 votes received across its five categories.


We are pleased to announce that Drupal has won the inaugural Hall of Fame Award in the 2009 Open Source CMS Awards. With this award, Drupal has won two categories this year, the other one being Best Open Source PHP CMS.

Here’s the distribution of the prize fund for this category:

Drupal: $4,000

Joomla!: $2,000

Along with the competition amongst the previous winners, Hall of Fame also featured two subcategory Awards named after the participants, “Drupal Award”, and “Joomla! Award”. Please click on the following links for more details:

Drupal Award
Joomla! Award


We are pleased to announce that ImpressCMS has won the Most Promising Open Source CMS Category in the 2009 Open Source CMS Award. While ImpressCMS took first place in this category, Pixie and Pligg weren’t far behind and settled for a tie in the first runner up spot.

ImpressCMS has featured in the top three in this category for the second time in a row, and has lived up to its reputation this year by winning the top spot.

Pixie and Pligg, on the other hand, featured in this category for the first time and managed to impress a lot of judges with their quality and support.

Here’s the distribution of the prize fund for this category:

ImpressCMS: $2,000

Pixie: $1,000

Pligg: $1,000


We are pleased to announce that Drupal has won the Best Open Source PHP CMS Category in the 2009 Open Source CMS Award. This category featured a very close contest between the top three, Drupal, WordPress, and Joomla! in which Drupal ended up as the overall choice for the judges and the public.

While Drupal and Joomla! have always consistently featured among the top three in this category, WordPress made its way into the top five for the first time. The fact that it was outranked by Drupal by a very slight margin indicates how popular it has become with users as well as developers over the past year.

Joomla! continued to maintain its reputation as one of the top CMSes on the market and finished as the second runner up. Here’s the distribution of the prize fund for this category:

Drupal: $2,000

WordPress: $500

Joomla!: $500


We are pleased to announce that Plone has won the Best Other Open Source CMS Category in the 2009 Open Source CMS Award. Plone retains the Award it won in 2008 and takes away $2,000 in the prize money.

Since the introduction of this category in 2007, Plone has consistently featured among the top three, having won it in 2008. In another close contest, dotCMS had to settle for the first runner up position, finishing ahead of mojoPortal in the second runner spot.

Here’s the distribution of the prize fund for this category:

Plone: $2,000

dotCMS: $500

mojoPortal: $500

Along with the winner of the Best Other Open Source CMS category, we have also announced the list of this year’s Open Source Most Valued People. For this list, only those CMSes were counted which received five or more nominations from the public. For details, please visit: Details of the 2009 Open Source MVPs

A list of previous winners can be found here: www.PacktPub.com/open-source-cms-award-previous-winners.

Prize Fund

Overall Most Promising Best PHP Best Other Hall of Fame
Winner $4,000 $2,000 $2,000 $2,000 $4,000
First Runner Up $2,500 $1,000 $500 $500 $2,000
Second Runner Up $1,500 $1,000 $500 $500

2009 Award Rules

  1. Only nominations for open source Content Management Systems, available on an open source license, will be counted
  2. Only one nomination per person, per category will be counted
  3. The five open source Content Management Systems with the most nominations will go through to the final in each category, apart from the Hall of Fame category, which is open only to previous winners of the Overall Award.
  4. A CMS cannot win the Overall category and the Most Promising category. They must be won by different CMSes. However, the same CMS can win the Overall and Best PHP/Other Award, for example. The judges for each category are different, which means results for the same CMS could be different across categories.
  5. Previous winners of the Overall category are not eligible for the Overall category in 2009. Previous winners compete amongst one another in a separate Hall of Fame category designed specifically for them
  6. The most promising category is open for Open Source Content Management Systems whose first release was under two years ago as of August 3, 2009. CMSes that entered the 2008 Most Promising category, that are still eligible for 2009 are invited to enter.
  7. During the final voting stage, only one vote per person will be counted
  8. The top three will be voted for by a panel of judges. A final vote will come from the results of a public vote on www.PacktPub.com
  9. Category Award winners will be decided on a points basis. The CMS that the judges and public have voted as the number one will be awarded three points. The second placed CMS will receive two points and the third placed CMS will receive one point. The CMS with the highest number of points overall will be declared the winner
  10. In the event of a tie, an extra independent judge will be brought in
  11. All judges are independent and their decision is final
  12. Details of Open Source MVPs will be released following permission and confirmation from the respective projects
  13. Packt Publishing has no influence, input or say in the finalists or winners of any Award category
  14. The winners of the 4GB Apple iPod Nano and 8GB Apple iPod Touch will be chosen at random and will be contacted directly by Packt

For more information: cmsaward@packtpub.com


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