Archived Comments from first show

(used to pick winners)

Posted by LucasAnderson on Jun 25th, 2010Who's doing the Julio dance later?

Posted by MSneor on Jun 25th, 2010Will we be able to create Mobile Websites one day?

Posted by LucasAnderson on Jun 25th, 2010Are there plans from the core team to make the form block better so we can template it easily? I know the community is working on this.

Posted by bryanlewis on Jun 25th, 2010I love c5 because my clients love c5

Posted by 1webco on Jun 25th, 2010Best CMS On The Planet!!!

Posted by thephilm on Jun 25th, 2010I love it because I don't spend forever working with clients after the site launch!!!

Posted by smartwebprojects on Jun 25th, 2010I love concrete5 because it is very very very user friendly!!!

Posted by Mnkras on Jun 25th, 2010I Love C5 cause it gives me this funny feeling inside when i use it. :D

Posted by kelbyuk on Jun 25th, 2010Concrete5 has the awsomeness, gets that from its daddies?

Posted by jgarcia on Jun 25th, 2010Since finding Concrete5, I've not used another CMS. Easy to use. Easy toextend. What else do you need?

Posted by jasteele123 on Jun 25th, 2010Is the search index updated automatically when a page is added or a block changed?

Posted by jasteele123 on Jun 25th, 2010Marketplace naming standards, like c5_block_*, c5_package_*, c5_theme_*.zip ?

Posted by luns4d on Jun 25th, 2010Concrete5 looks good so far - just coming up to speed-

Posted by jwads922 on Jun 25th, 2010Concrete5 is the best in-context editable CMS I have ever had the opportunity to develop on. The ability to create themes and addons for individual clients makes this an awesome extensible CMS!

Posted by FullFlavour on Jun 25th, 2010Why do I like Concrete5? It's the user interface! Clients love working with it, their eyes light up when they see how easy it is to use

Posted by barco57 on Jun 25th, 2010I love concrete5 because Joomla gives me a headache

Posted by thephilm on Jun 25th, 2010I think pagelist has so much potential... what are the plans for it?

Posted by ideasponge on Jun 25th, 2010Simple, powerful, and full of potential. c5 lets us rapidly deploy lots of sites over a short period of time. An interface that encourages efficient editing, we can streamline our editingprocesses reducing the amount of time it takes to maintain them as well. With an ever expanding marketplace filled with some of the best add-on in the industry, concrete5 is a total win!

Posted by bryanlewis on Jun 25th, 2010clients love us because of c5. its simple, easy, powerful, gave me a job!

Posted by seginel on Jun 25th, 2010Concrete5 provides many opportunities for the site owner.

Posted by matrix23225 on Jun 25th, 2010Concrete5 is enabling me to give clients an easy way to maintain their own websites. I work out of my home and basically am a one man show. I'm just learning to create websites with photoshop and not simple layers in dreamweaver only. I found that concrete5 allows me to make a custom template in photoshop and easily make it an editable website after slicing it into a css HTML format. I have had a hard time with other solutions because this is all new for me, but concrete5 is making it easy. I'm still very new at this and right now am still learning how to make good templates for concrete5. Great Job Guys!
Thank you very much for all your hard work.

Posted by seginel on Jun 25th, 2010Concrete5 provides many opportunities for the site owner.

Posted by gunneruk on Jun 25th, 2010CS5 is so easy. rarely does a client need more than an hour to get used to their new site!!

Posted by luns4d on Jun 25th, 2010Is there a plan to allow an evaluation period for marketplace add-ons?

Posted by seginel on Jun 25th, 2010Concrete5 provides many opportunities for the site owner.

Posted by innovativebliss on Jun 25th, 2010Concrete5 is so much easier than Drupal! I can create my website as CSS and easily put it into concrete5. Love it!!!

Posted by hursey013 on Jun 25th, 2010I have found that requests for paid custom development and add-ons using the forums and job board often results in little to no response. Can you comment on small web firms wanting to support c5 but finding some client requests beyond our ability?
In other words, if we have money to spend, and no one is wanting to help - would the new support services c5 recently released be an appropriate avenue?

Posted by luns4d on Jun 25th, 2010Is there a plan to allow an evaluation period for marketplace add-ons?

Posted by creativegeek on Jun 25th, 2010You guys rocked today. Lots of good info. I'm a long time Joomla user and have transitioned to c5.
Lovin it!

Posted by tallacman on Jun 25th, 2010Thanks to Katz for this great live-cast. Well done!

Posted by jasteele123 on Jun 25th, 2010Would love to see Open In A New Window made a built-in to the Auto Nav (i.e. not have to create a page attribute and modify a local auto-nav block.

Posted by hursey013 on Jun 25th, 2010Great show, great product, thanks for taking the time to do this!

Posted by indiepride on Jun 25th, 2010Loved the discussion. Nice that a company takes time to speak and answer questions live.
I will be trying you guys this weekend.
Thank you!

Posted by cursal on Jun 25th, 2010Thank you for your constant support forum! Great stuff.
Wish I heard the first 30 mins.Lots of good info.
Will work on some Themes to add to market place.AlvordTaylor.org is very happy with using C5 and can be added to featured if you like :)

Posted by luns4d on Jun 25th, 2010Were do I find the weekly random bit?

Posted by thephilm on Jun 25th, 2010Great show! Thanks [email protected] https://www.concrete5.org/community/karma/news/

Posted by curtis on Jun 25th, 2010Our clients love the in-context editing, our developers love the growing repository of add-ons.