WordPress Won the 2010 Open Source CMS 'Hall of Fame' Award

Matt Mullenweg just informed that WordPress, in head-to-head voting against Joomla and Drupal, has won this year's Open Source CMS Hall of Fame award."We've to be careful because if this trend continues people might think WordPress is a real CMS, useful for more than just a blog. This would ruin our stealth campaign and might […]

Matt Mullenweg just informed that WordPress, in head-to-head voting against Joomla and Drupal, has won this year's Open Source CMS Hall of Fame award.

"We've to be careful because if this trend continues people might think WordPress is a real CMS, useful for more than just a blog. This would ruin our stealth campaign and might bring dozens of new users to the WordPress community. If you could keep this on the DL we'd appreciate it," said Matt.

Here's the complete list of the 2010 Open Source Awards:

2010 Open Source Awards: 1
2010 Open Source Awards: 2
2010 Open Source Awards: 3

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