I am getting a bit disappointed on the Drupal community. Not really the community, but the so-called leadership, that seems to enjoy calling newbies idiots, because they dare ask questions in the forums and to excel at telling the users that they are not entitled to have an opinion, as they don't really care what they think. What makes it a bit more sad, is that when people protest against stuff like that, their opinions are then deleted! Granted, it may be off-topic, but then the so-called leadership shouldn't be trolling in the first place.
This cavalier attitude against the user base (together with the technical limitations of the product) is forcing me to change ISP and tool provider again. I am in the process of converting my book reviews to Plone/CMF/ZODB/Zope/Python, which has proven to be a lot easier than I anticipated. The reason I am not switching yet, is that I need to find a good ISP to host at (nothing wrong with WOPSA, but they don't allow me to install my own programs and they don't support Zope), which supplies IMAP and Zope (or a barebones machine, as I can always install Plone/Zope/Cyrus/Squid/Spamassassin/Snort/ACID/Postfix/OpenLDAP myself.
Expect major changes at this site no later than this summer (when the current ISP contract expires).
And before anyone tells me to check Typo 3, I have already done that (I didn't like the strange OO-language, the Christian evangelistic attitude of the founder and the elitistic attitude in the forums, even though it may be a great product). Mambo is nice to look at, but as I need a lot of modules (or call it whatever you like) and need to develop some of them myself, I found that the documentation was lacking, many modules made the system unstable (all FOSS CMS seems to suffer from this) and it was hard to make it work. I also checked e107 (nice looking, but I couldn't find the functionality I was looking for, even though it may be there), Midgard (I never managed to get it to run) and WebGUI (I was scared away by the "line-noise" aka Perl). Silva (a Zope-based CMS) was too basic and CPS lacked real documentation (and that is even though I read French!), but I was really tempted by CPS, as the GroupWare and ERP functionality in it was really nice (if somebody merges CPS and Plone, I'll be in heaven).
Phew, now I think I managed to insult everyone! This is to make you understand why there is a low activity at this site, for now. Happy reading!