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Posted By: @chris on February 9 2013 01:30 pm
The fun fact is, I actually use drupal 7 right now.
But then again, I am no developer. I am "just a guy creating a site"(tm).
Posted By: chris on March 22 2012 10:01 pm
Yes, It can be considered an object-oriented-MVC drupal port.
It is totally built from scratch. There are no more relations than concepts, so it may "feel like" but it is a totally different cms.

I think that Drupal is right on its concepts but totally wrong on its implementation.
So, as developer I really doubt you would ever use drupal.
Posted By: mythus on March 21 2012 11:26 am
It feels like a customized version of drupal to me. Especially considering the terms used (taxonomy, nodes, hooks, etc). At the very least, it must be inspired by drupal. Not that any of that is bad mind you, but I feel that if I wanted a drupal-like cms, I'd use drupal.
Posted By: mcflash on March 6 2012 02:47 pm
Their dashboard looks nearly exactly like Drupal..
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