WordPress Wins 2009 Best Open Source CMS Award

November 19, 2009

in News,Software

WordPress, one of the best open source tool available today for blogging and managing websites etc, has been named the best open source CMS award for 2009. So many congratulations to WordPress on winning this best open source CMS award. We are not very much surprised because we know that quality speaks for itself and same is the case with WordPress.
WordPress was also named the first runner-up in the Best Open Source PHP CMS Software. Here is what WordPress founder Matt has to say on this:

I was very excited last week to learn that WordPress has been awarded the Overall Best Open Source CMS Award in the 2009 Open Source CMS Awards. This is a landmark for us, as it is the first time we’ve won this award, and it marks a shift in the public perception of WordPress, from blog software to full-featured CMS. No small contest, the Open Source CMS Awards received over 12,000 nominations and more than 23,000 votes across five categories.

Once again we would like to congratulate the whole WordPress team who made this possible. WordPress you really deserve it!

Well if you’re a WordPress user too then do let us know in comments how you are feeling for this award given to WordPress.

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Nova December 10, 2009 at 3:55 am

I’ve used several CMS’s, and by far WordPress is my fav. You should check out the “PODs” plugin for WP. Simply amazing.


2 Shahab December 10, 2009 at 9:22 am

Thanks for your comment. I will definitely check out POD plugin for WordPress!


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