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CodeIgniter Community Chieftain Michael Wales
July 18, 2008 @ 12:06:42

The CodeIgniter community has announced a new level for involvement in the framework's community - CodeIgniter Community Chieftain, volunteers that have shown commitment to the framework and its community.

As the community grows, the EllisLab development team often does not have the time that we would like to interact with the community in various ways, but it's always been a key part of our success. So as the need arises, we have created this program to help keep the wheels greased so to speak, making sure that our forums, wiki, and bug tracker are handling the needs of the community and are properly moderated.

They have already brought in their first Chieftan, Michael Wales, a staff sergeant in the US Air Force.

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