Similar to Userland?
What, in a nutshell, is the difference between CityDesk and Radio Userland? (http://userland.com)
That's a fair question, but there will be no way to answer this one definitivly until Joel (inevitably) opens the CityDesk source. Only then will you be able to do do a 'diff' comparison between the two products.
While it's true that we can't be sure, there are a lot of educated guesses about the differences that you can make by reading the product description. Also, I think it's very telling to check the past records of the two companies, and you'll find huge disparities. For instance, Fog Creek cares about fixing bugs, and are interested in user interface.
Radio Userland: web server app
Friend: Radio Userland *is* for the desktop. It runs the server on your local machine and lets you publish though a desktop gui via ftp to your "real" server for the rest of the world to see. It has a gui editor to hide html, too, if I'm not mistaken, and allows templates so users can focus on content. That's why I'm curious as to whether CityDesk offers an improvement or what.
the question is :
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