killesreiter at physik.uni-freiburg.de
Sun Apr 24 17:31:22 UTC 2005
On Sun, 24 Apr 2005, Eric Scouten wrote:
> Jeff Robbins wrote:
> > And just for reference, Mambo features an entire website dedicated to
> > its modules, components, and themes:
> > http://mamboforge.net
> I've noticed that site as well. I haven't dug into that site too deeply,
> but it creates the *impression* at least that (1) the Mambo community is
> large (larger than Drupal's community)
This is probably true.
> and (2) there's room for all
> levels of module development and the status of each project is well
> I find it fairly easy through SourceForge's interface (and by extension
> MamboForge and others like it) to figure out what's useful and what's
> crap (mostly by looking at a module's activity level and status). It's
> much harder in Drupal, despite the relatively small number of modules
> (as compared to SF projects!), to figure out what's useful.
> DrupalForge anyone?
The problem is not a dandy name, the problem is that there is no code
to allow module classification.
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