Honest question: who is still using Drupal these days and what made you stick with it? What do you see as its advantages over other full featured CMS' out there, or does it just come down to personal preference?
There's a strong Drupal community in my country, but it seems to be run/populated by older devs. I went to one of their Drupal conferences for speeches on other topics but honestly felt more scared/intimidated than allured.
I use it. WordPress just isn't up to the task for the stuff we need it for. Yeah, WP could be forced to do a lot of what we want (and I prefer working with WP personally), but it's just not the right tool for the job.
I'm not a huge fan of Drupal 7. Its admin UI is a nightmare compared to WP and the markup it barfs out is even worse. Still, it's a powerful tool with a very strong developer community.
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Having worked with D6/7 in the past, there is no way I'm touching this steaming pile of spaghetti.
A lot of research about Drupal 8 went into this statement. Clearly.