Some major changes have taken place behind the scenes here at DrewVogel.COM. We’ve migrated the system from PHP-Nuke to PostNuke. There might be some small problems here and there, but for the most part, the system is running really well. If you spot anything strange, please let me know!
Why did we switch from PHP-Nuke to PostNuke? There were several reasons why we switched from PHP-Nuke to PostNuke. The main reasons were that PostNuke is OpenSource, which means that there are more people working on it with a more regular release schedule. Also, PostNuke has nice features (some of them fairly minor, like the "Quote of the Moment" to the left) that aren’t in PHP-Nuke. Both PHP-Nuke and PostNuke are exceptional products.
The choice between them is up to the specific user, and in our case, PostNuke seems like the best choice.