Mochi’s family is growing

by Mochi on December 3, 2012

Mochi and friends is up to three chickens: Jeannie, Lola, and Amelia.

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Loveinthemist December 17, 2015 at 4:47 pm

Hi Gwyneth,Thanks for your well thought out and deiltaed comments. Your voyage is more or less my own. Our clients have never been the corporate guys with six month development periods and corresponding budgets. There’s never been anything we haven’t been able to do in WordPress more quickly and more affordably than in either Drupal or Joomla.Sure any tool can work we trade in content at the end of the day, not in code but some tools get the job done faster and with less hassle. There is something very special about the WordPress community and how we’ve built the strongest CMS in the world in open source in competition with Adobe, Microsoft and all the other behemoths who have all wanted to control that space.For a period of time, Microsoft themselves used WordPress for their internal sites. We know as we moved them from Typepad to WordPress.Again, I don’t mean to run down Joomla: Joomla was the first open source CMS success story which paved the road for Drupal, WordPress, Typo3.Hiranya, I think you have your answer.WPer, I’m glad the post was helpful to you. I tried very hard not to hide behind jargon and to treat real world experience in clear terms.Scott, all your entries smell of FUD. Doesn’t work on me coming from Microsoft and works less well coming from you. All online platforms have security issues.A properly configured server is the place to start thoroughly locking down any CMS. With some attention to security, WordPress is just as secure as any other platform.You’ve saved so much time and money on development on WordPress, surely there’s lots of savings from which you can afford good secure hosting and to properly secure your site.Thanks for sharing your perspective though.

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