... is that it is complex enough to have books from Wrox Press about it. It is not a "content management system", it is a "set of frameworks and libraries for content management, which are luckily pre-configured with a rational set of default settings." It just felt too much like overkill for the casual user, when I tried it out a while back. And the whole point of a CMS is so that casual users can get their content up on the Internet with minimal IT or developer involvement.
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