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Greg Beaver's Blog:
Planting PEAR seeds - you can decide PEAR's future
December 13, 2006 @ 09:03:00

In his latest post, Greg Beaver gets excited about some of the recent advancements in PEAR including: more traffic on the mailing lists, improvements to the acceptance policies and documentation for packages, and fun things like the download statistics and a Google Map of developers.

His real excitement comes with the latest offering the PEAR group is creating to pull more of the PHP community into the project and make them feel a part - a new election interface to vote on packages and the future of PEAR.

Most of the important decisions I mentioned will be decided by a general election, meaning that the users of PEAR, not just the developers, will have a voice in the direction PEAR decides to take.

PEAR developers out there are already registered to vote, but if you'd like to get in on the action, head over to the signup form and get involved today.

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