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New Zend Framework Mailing Lists Announced
September 19, 2006 @ 15:10:10

Going along with the Roadmap update Zend has recently put out about it's Framework, Andi Gutmans has also announced the introduction of more mailing lists to help developers communicate more effectively.

In line with the roadmap email, I'd like to form 8 new mailing lists which will make it easier for people to discuss/participate in subject areas which are of interest to them (actually 7 new ones as docs already exists).

I did think of calling the lists fwdev-* to note them as dev lists but I think it makes more sense to keep them open to the users. I find it very valuable to get users asking questions and commeting on functionality on the dev lists as that's valuable input from the users.

The new mailing lists up and running. They are:

  • fw-webservices@
  • fw-mvc@
  • fw-auth@
  • fw-i18n@
  • fw-db@
  • fw-core@
  • fw-formats@

To check out the topics that fall under each category, check out the sections of the roadmap.

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