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Derick Rethans' Blog:
Random Bugs and Testing RCs
February 27, 2012 @ 11:48:29

In a new post to his blog Derick Rethans mirrors the call made by Rasmus Lerdorf at this year's PHP UK Conference - get involved (and help test PHP)!

At the PHP UK Conference Rasmus mentioned that he wants more people contributing to PHP. There are plenty of ways how you can do that.

Derick points out two more immediate ways you can help, one not even requiring any C knowledge:

  • Help test the Release Candidates (like the current PHP 5.4.0 RC8) with a call to "make test" just after your compile.
  • The recently added "random PHP bug" functionality that's been added to the bugs.php.net site
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