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Andrei Zmievski's Blog:
PHP Developer's Meeting 2005
November 23, 2005 @ 05:45:13

On his blog today, Andrei Zmievski makes mention of a very rare "meeting of the minds" that last happened in January of 2000, and has occurred again at the Forum PHP Conference - a "PHP Developer's Meeting".

It's been a while since there was a small, focused meeting for the purposes of working out the evolution of the next version of PHP. The last, and only, time was probably in January 2000 when Rasmus, Zeev, Andi, Stig, Sascha, Thies, Frank, myself, and a few others gathered in Tel Aviv to hash out PHP 4. You can see how young we looked back then.

Last week in Paris saw the second iteration of the PDM and this time the focus was on PHP 6. We had a very productive discussion over two days and Derick did a great job taking notes and writing up the report. It has been posted on the internals mailing list, and once 5.1 is out, I think we can concentrate on the implementation of PHP 6, which should be great.

Be sure to check out the pictures of the group (six years goes fast), and don't miss their report on how things are progressing...

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