"I would be curious to know how c5 is now to you. I am a long-time Joomla user and develop websites with it. Joomla 3 is in beta right now and looks promising. I agree with you about the articles instead of pages - I get around that…"
"I really like the plugins/themes and support you can get from here:
We subscribe to the service. They always keep the plugins compatible with the latest version of WP, so it's peace of mind knowing the…"
"honestly you could port a (not that big..) site over in a hour - I have done this multiple times now
It really is easy to use and the templating is sooo easy - you'll be able to re-use your existing joomla templates (the source php…"
I must admit I have been interested in concrete5. It just seems like a lot of work to switch over. I have been using Joomla since it split from Mambo.
I guess it is the fear of learning something new and…"
"For myself, it's just that I have moved away from joomla in favour of other opensource options. Specifically concrete5 (www.concrete5.org) - its just so much easier to template/develop/roll out/train people to use.
I did have a support call…"
"We currently use a product called Kaltura Video and Flash Media Server. They each serve a purpose.
Kaltura is used by staff for embedding video into their classroom Wordpress blogs. Kaltura is open source as well as a paid…"
Joomla, Wordpress, Moodle, Kaltura Interactive Video, BigBlueButton Web Conf.
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Primary Job Responsibility
Maintain District Website and 32 school building websites. Provide training to 1000 + Staff members using WPMU.
Support classroom and student website creation using WPMU.
Support Moodle Online Course creation.
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