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Joshua Eichorn's Blog:
How would you improve PEAR?
May 04, 2007 @ 08:54:00

Joshua Eichorn is asking for your opinion. He wants some feedback from the community - both PEAR users and not - on how to make what PEAR has to offer even better.

If you were a member of the PEAR group what would you change about PEAR. Please keep in mind were not an all powerful body (Read the constitution for details), but we do have the ability to set policy, and like in any open source project we can make changes through our direct actions.

One comment has already been made with three points: the bundling of PEAR modules into applications, the introduction of a lightweight database layer and making some of the package dependencies a little lighter.

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