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Patrick Reilly's Blog:
Zend Framework Project Teams Need You
February 14, 2007 @ 09:48:00

Patrick Reilly has a new post today encouraging developers out there looking for an opportunity to volunteer in the community to check out the Zend Framework project's many needs.

Most components and subprojects need volunteers to help with documentation, unit test coverage, code reviews, improving integration with other ZF components, and enhancing architecture and design for the purpose of improving extensibility and ease of use with new components. If you see a subject area or component that interests you, please contact any project members currently associated with the component.

The project is starting several wiki "websites" dedicated to each of the components/efforts inside of the main framework project. Areas for these include:

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