Builder.com.au has picked up on "the death of PHP4" story that's been making the rounds in the community ever since the announcement late last week:
The still popular version 4 of PHP, an open-source scripting language that lets servers create customised Web pages such as online catalogues, will lose its support after a seven-year run. [...] The announcement came on the third anniversary of the launch of PHP 5, and project programmers said they want to focus on the upcoming PHP 6. PHP 4 was released in 2000.
They mention some of the issues that this will cause with hosting companies and developers alike and includes quotes from Andi Gutmans, Matt Mullenweg and Rasmus Lerdorf.