A few years back I ran a little e107 CMS site. I always wondered why all the forum software out there wasn't making CMS additions because I thought it was the future and the only real way to setup a good community website for posting news and having people come in and comment on it before going to your forums to hang out and whatnot.
I've been looking around recently and have seen CMS popping up everywhere all over the place. The past couple of minutes ago I've come across several new ones I've never seen before but look like they've been around for at least a few years. Ones like modx, vbulletin, drupal, cmsms, and I hear cms is coming to invision and so on.
I'm posting here because I'm taking a pit stop trying to compare all of these and which I think will be the most powerful. I think PHPBB is awesome so hopefully I'll be able to integrate it into whatever I use. I hope. Mind telling me if there's even more quality CMS out there I haven't mentioned yet? I'm aware of Joomla and Wordpress but those I don't like very much but they seem to be the most popular for some reason.
Which do you guys think is the most full featured, secure, efficient, and supported? I'm assuming vbulletin is the best out there but I'm wanting to start off free.
I'm going with Joomla. Seems to be easily integrated into phpbb. I didn't want to touch it after hearing about recent security exploits but I guess I'm going to go ahead and go with it since it's way more active than any other free CMS. You guys can comment still about others if you want.