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Fabien Potencier's Blog:
Twitter and Emails are good; Postcards are better
October 13, 2010 @ 13:15:55

Been wanting to give direct feedback to the folks behind the Symfony project, but feel like maybe your tweets and emails are just getting lost in the shuffle? Fabien Potencier has an alternative you can try - send him a postcard!

As a lead developer of Symfony, I need feedback. Symfony being an Open-Source project, there is no way I can know how many people are using it, who they are and what they do with it. That's fine and all, but sometimes, that would really help me to know the Symfony user base a bit more.

If you either just like the framework or use it in your projects, think about sending him a postcard of appreciation. His address(es) are included in the post.
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