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Tobias Schlitt's Blog:
PHP library release survey
December 02, 2010 @ 11:50:49

Tobias Schlitt has a new post to his blog about a survey the Apache Zeta Components project is running about how developers would like to receive the libraries they use in their code.

The Apache Zeta Components project is currently discussing how to adjust the old eZ Components release process to the ASF guidelines. During this discussions, quite some ideas came up on how the process could be optimized. This brought my interest to how users of PHP libraries would actually like to obtain library code for their projects. I will publish the raw results of the survey later, so all of the PHP libraries and frameworks can benefit. So please take some minutes and fill out the form!

The survey itself is embedded in his blog post, so you can fill it out right there on the same page. It asks questions about currently used libraries, preferred install methods and deployment methods. If you'd like a more direct link, you can go here.

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