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Elizabeth Naramore's Blog:
PHPWomen - an Update for 2010
February 10, 2010 @ 13:28:55

Elizabeth Naramore, one of the founding members of the PHPWomen group, has posted a new to her blog today. The post is a list of things that've been happening in the group recently but might not be the most public.

Yes, things have been quiet lately. No, we're absolutely not disbanding and we're as passionate and committed as ever to connecting women in the PHP world. As often happens in life, things come up. We get busy. Other things compete for our attention, and sometimes the important, but less urgent things get pushed aside for the moment. Rest assured, PHPWomen is still alive and kicking!

Some of the happenings she mentions are the inclusion of a new member, Remi Woler, into their core advisory group, the over 600 members in their forums, ideas for raising money to contribute towards charities and an effort to create and maintain a calendar of events happening in the PHP community.

If you're interested in helping out, drop Elizabeth an email (elizabeth .at. naramore .dot. net) or you can contact any of the other members of the group via their forums or their blogs.

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