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This year the data gathering notice email got buried, and we're way behind. This is bad news.
Only you can help.
I know surveys are a complete drag, but it would really mean a lot to me and the community if we continued to be accurately represented in this report for 2011.
If you feel like concrete5 has saved you any time at all, please help us by giving just a few minutes back and filling out this survey. Tell your friends, tweet your link, stick it on your G+facebook-umbler thingie. This has got to be one of the easiest things you could ever do to give back to the community, so please help us all continue to grow!
I tasked our designer on this before we left last week so Im eager to see what he's come up with. There was talk of adding a MNKRAS badge just for you. ;)
"Yes I'll have a chat with... sales and ...the marketing department about that new idea, and I'll then get ... accounts to invoice you straight after the ...server guys have finished installing your site."
Or when I get a cold call asking for the CEO or Head of Sales... why yes, I happen to be manning the phones today!
Edit - oh, and I got one of my ...tech researchers to complete that survey, giving C5 pretty glowing colours. I also got ...the PR department to retweet the survey link.
Easy to do a quick survey to show support for such an excellent CMS community and product.
For anyone else who is reading this thread and needs a little kick in the butt.. just sayin.
2012 is going to be awesome. I hope this report gets it right. ;)
Oh, and I did my part on the survey as well as I think everyone should to support C5.
And @mesuva... I know that feeling! I had the VP of Technology complete the survey. He was really hands-on with the selection process. LOL!
PS. Well done on the great results!
I was a big fan of 107 cms but since i discover concrete5 and use it I really like it .
Good luck on the results. Glad to have you guys doing what you do.
C5 cant die, I'm hoping to run evening classes to train people to use it with HTML5!
Taking that survey made me re-live some very bad choices of CMS systems prior to C5.
Here's to continued success & recognition this year!
A friend wants me to learn WP. I just tell him, "No thanks, I'll stick with what I've got."
Keep up the great work, c5 team.
2011 Open Source CMS Market Share Survey
Results of the survey
Average Weekly Downloads
Concrete5 3,017 +517%
MODx 6,047 +34.4%
DotNetNuke 16,000 +23.1%
TYPO3 9,043 +21.2%
WordPress 644,880 -34.4%
Drupal 22,836 -32.2%
Xoops 999 -28.0%
Tiki 889 -26.7%
Liferay 7,038 -25.4%
Joomla! 86,547 -24.0%
Alfresco 6,115 -12.6%
e107 1,501 -7.2%
Umbraco 5,135 -5.3%
eZ Publish 7,031 - 0
Plone 9,250 n/a
Textpattern 641 n/a
This is not good news........
This is GREAT NEWS!!!
The only way is up!
Introduction: "Concrete5 had an exceptional year and remains a system to watch."
On page 36, C5 has the best brand reputation.
On page 38, C5 has the lowest abandonment rate.
On page 39, C5 scores top in product preference.
In the Summary: "Concrete5 had the best 12 month period of any CMS in this survey"
Now a question. Page 21 says C5 has 2 books in print. I am wondering what the second book is?
There is a link to last years survey on the survey web site,http://www.waterandstone.com/book/2011-open-source-cms-market-share... so maybe the current survey will be posted there in due course.
> Page 21 says C5 has 2 books in print. I am wondering what the second book is?
I wonder too.
They found one of them
Thanks so much for all your help with this guys. Our results are amazing
Pecked out on an iPhone
Still not had my email with the report from them either, looking forward to giving it a read
Turns out with gmail you have to choose the spam box to search within it otherwise it will ignore it and just search your inbox, thus my previous searches where unsuccessful.
For anyone else looking for the email it comes from [email protected]