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Lukas Smith's Blog:
PHP 5.3.0 stable almost released )
June 25, 2009 @ 07:33:21

As Lukas Smith mentions in his latest post to his blog, the release of PHP 5.3 that was originally slated for today has been put off just a bit longer.

It almost happened, but it didn't for now. Originally we planned to release today. But again a few issues came up, even with Johannes deciding that sleep is for the weak, it just seemed unwise to announce the release today. So we pushed things back a few days, so the new date is June 30th (meaning it will be a Tuesday release).

We'll announce this as soon as its posted as stable to the PHP.net website, so keep an eye out on Tuesday for this greatly anticipated release!

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