By reading a web-developer planet I found an article about Measuring some CMS performance. Although the article is wrote in spanish you may understand the main ideas by looking at the graphs.
There’re two ideas I wanna to highlight:
- WordPress performance is not good unless you use a cache plugin
- Textpattern and Nucleus are the best ones in terms of performance. You may also mention Drupal but with an incorporated cache system
That makes me repeat once more an old idea that I have about this … CMSs. WordPress is most popular but its designed for personal weblog. You may use it to build up a website but it wasn’t desing for that. Even more; if you use WordPress you’re going to be in a continuous updating job, there’re constants updates ’cause security reasons or something.
Textpattern has been planned not just for a personal weblog but also for a hole website, and according Kusor, its code desing is simply better.
I can’t say a word about Nucleus ’cause I don’t know it.
In short: my duties has been changed … in a few months I’m not longer going to be postmaster
… so I’m going to start a new kind of functions, on the other hand, it release me more free to writte and do things related with FOSS also in this blog.
Who knows? probably I may even colaborate with some LUG or something… let’s see what future brings
I’ve just start my new project, study at University on line in Catalonia, distance is not a problem, language (catalonish) is not a problem (altough politicians says we all talk same tongue) and time this is a really ugly question.
So as less time you got, as much you have to improve… and also I’m trying 360 Yahoo! blog system in direct relation with this new project, so you may find some notes about how this study goes son at my Blog d’un estudiant d’engineria de gestió a la UOC, in catalonish, obviously.
Updated (2018): The fomer Yahoo! blog sub-site (http://360.yahoo.com/ no link needed) no longer exists, it has been replaced by Blogging