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KillerSoft.com:
Savant Gets Pearified
Jan 16, 2006 @ 07:04:17

According to this new post on the KillerSoft blog, they've created a sub-channel for the Savant and Savant2 on the pearified.com site - savant.pearified.com.

In the first of what may become a series of "sub channels," I'm happy to announce that Paul M. Jones' excellent Savant2 and Savant3 packages are now available from the savant.pearified.com channel.

While the Savant packages have always been PEAR-installable, installing and upgrading Savant is now easier than ever.

Savant is a powerful but lightweight object-oriented template system for PHP that doesn't compile the templates, but instead uses PHP for the templating language...

tagged: pear savant savant2 template system pearified.com pear savant savant2 template system pearified.com

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KillerSoft.com:
Savant Gets Pearified
Jan 16, 2006 @ 07:04:17

According to this new post on the KillerSoft blog, they've created a sub-channel for the Savant and Savant2 on the pearified.com site - savant.pearified.com.

In the first of what may become a series of "sub channels," I'm happy to announce that Paul M. Jones' excellent Savant2 and Savant3 packages are now available from the savant.pearified.com channel.

While the Savant packages have always been PEAR-installable, installing and upgrading Savant is now easier than ever.

Savant is a powerful but lightweight object-oriented template system for PHP that doesn't compile the templates, but instead uses PHP for the templating language...

tagged: pear savant savant2 template system pearified.com pear savant savant2 template system pearified.com

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KillerSoft.com:
A Call for Feedback
Dec 20, 2005 @ 06:46:16

On KillerSoft.com's blog today, there's this new post requesting some feedback on the results of his download numbers - that the front-end packages are getting downloaded quite a bit more.

After reviewing my Zend Download Server logs today for Pearified.com, I was surprised to see that there have been several hundred downloads of the Pearified JavaScript and other "front end" packages. Assuming that some people are downloading all of the packages, and some are downloading them for multiple sites, etc, I figure there are at least 80-100 people who are following (and maybe even using) these packages.

So, silent users, what do you think of this idea?

HE proposes a "socially-enforced" guideline to move these kinds of strings out of the DocumentRoot where the "real" packages go and to their own home, maybe something like a "/webpear" directory...

tagged: pearified.com call feedback pearified.com call feedback

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KillerSoft.com:
A Call for Feedback
Dec 20, 2005 @ 06:46:16

On KillerSoft.com's blog today, there's this new post requesting some feedback on the results of his download numbers - that the front-end packages are getting downloaded quite a bit more.

After reviewing my Zend Download Server logs today for Pearified.com, I was surprised to see that there have been several hundred downloads of the Pearified JavaScript and other "front end" packages. Assuming that some people are downloading all of the packages, and some are downloading them for multiple sites, etc, I figure there are at least 80-100 people who are following (and maybe even using) these packages.

So, silent users, what do you think of this idea?

HE proposes a "socially-enforced" guideline to move these kinds of strings out of the DocumentRoot where the "real" packages go and to their own home, maybe something like a "/webpear" directory...

tagged: pearified.com call feedback pearified.com call feedback

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