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I'm using Serendipity on a blog I keep under another nick.
I found it easier to use than other blog/CMS platforms I used before (Wordpress, Doctlear, Guppy)
Nanoblogger seems interesting, but I didn't try it.
I really don't know which one to vote for in this list as I didn't like the one listed or never used the others.
A CMS and Blog software are different beasts - yes, some people try to make wordpress into a CMS, but it is not., while many people turn Joomla and Drupal sites into blogs, or at least have that as part of their CMS sites... Like I do.
CorePHP actually fits nicely into Joomla if you want a Wordpress blog in a CMS - a kind of nice compromise actually.
I voted for Drupal and I like Drupal, and have been looking a bit at Django, which has my interest piqued too at the moment.