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Pádraic Brady's Blog:
Patterns for PHP New Online Design Pattern Resource
July 19, 2006 @ 05:43:55

With a bit more formal announcement, Pádraic Brady has posted these details about the resource he's working up, the Patterns for PHP site.

Patterns For PHP is a new project to write and catalogue Design Pattern descriptions and tutorials for PHP programmers. The website is intended as an (advertisement free) online resource for Design Patterns with a focus on PHP implementations.

It is our intention to allow the public edit and contribute freely to its content under the GNU Free Documentation License. Contributions may include Design Pattern descriptions and tutorials, articles demonstrating their use in varying scenarios, contributions on Design Pattern and OOP principles (since these are always applicable), and whatever else a contributor believes would improve the resource.

He also talks about the admin team (himself and 'Ambush Commander') and regular contributors have already started to come in. They've already (in the two weeks they've been live) moved over to a MediaWiki environment and added information for the Singleton, Registry, Factory, Abstract Factory, Strategy, and Composite patterns.

They also want to remind everyone out there, no matter the skill level, that they can contribute their knowledge to the wiki and help the community built another great patterns resource.

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