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Seven Things
January 03, 2009 @ 12:41:18

Ever wanted to know more about the individuals in the PHP community around you? You're in luck! The "Seven Things" meme has been zipping its way through the PHP community with some great results. I've tried to get together a list of the posts made so far - it's not going to get them all, but its a start. Those linked in the top list are ones tagged and with a blog post. The normal list at the bottom are those that are tagged but haven't gotten around to writing their Things:

And here's the slackers:

  • Joe LeBlanc
  • Ed Finkler
  • Greg Beaver
  • Bill Karwin
  • Terry Chay
  • Aaron Wormus
  • Graham Christensen
  • Nate Abele
  • Max Horvath
  • Johanna Cherry
  • Beth Tucker
  • Helgi Şormar Şorbjörnsson
  • Marc de Visser
  • Joe Stagner
  • Ralph Schindler
  • Wil Sinclair
  • Barry Austin
  • FoxyDot
  • Eric David
  • Pierre-Alain Joye
  • John Coggeshall
  • Stas Malyshev
  • Gaylord Aulke
  • David Coallier
  • Joe Stump
  • Josh Eichorn
  • Harry Fuecks
  • Jeff Moore

If you're one of the ones that hasn't posted yet and you get around to it or if I've left someone's post out of the list, let me know and I'll update the list.

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