As I mentioned in my response to Edin's blog entry, in the interview I never called out PHP 6 as a Zend product. I *did* talk about what's coming down the pipeline for PHP and mentioned that both Zend and Yahoo! have been contributing to the Unicode effort (which is true).
It's also important to understand that it is *not* in Zend's interest to claim that we are the only company behind PHP, that would make PHP look much smaller than it is which would be very counter productive to our quest for increasing PHP proliferation.
He notes that the only connotation he was implying was that Zend waqs doing its part to help PHP, as a language, to grow and thrive - not that it was the biggest/best/most important at doing so. There are some sensitive topics that the CNet article inadvertently touches on that have caused some problems already, but Andi hopes that his statements here and in the comments on Edin's blog help resolve at least some of the issues out there.