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Want to Work on Doctrine?
May 25, 2009 @ 13:45:31

Feel like getting involved with a PHP-based Open Source project, but don't know where to start you might consider getting involved with the Doctrine project - they're currently looking for a few good programmers.

Many of you probably know Jonathan, Guilherme and Roman as being the core developers of the Doctrine project over the past 2 years. While this constancy is a good thing it's also problematic. [...] So we are left wondering. What can we do differently to get more people involved? Given the amount of users and noise about Doctrine around the PHP scene, we find the absence of new contributors quite strange

The Doctrine project is looking for developers (on both the 1.x and 2.x release series) to either get involved of to help them out with suggestions on how to get others interested in working with the project. To get in contact with the team, you can just send an email to any one of the three: jonwage [at] gmail [dot] com (Jonathan), r.borschel [at] gmx [dot] net (Roman) or guilhermeblanco [at] gmail [dot] com (Guilherme).

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