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Ligaya Turmelle's Blog:
PHPWomen.org Latest
October 23, 2006 @ 10:49:00

Ligaya Turmelle, one of the founders of the PHP Women movement, has posted another update on the situation and the status of the group to her blog today.

OK - PHPWomen.org has been around for about 2 weeks now and we sure have been busy. Currently we have just under 50 registered users on the very active forums, a basic site set up with a page explaining what we are about as well as what we have planned for the site. We also have a couple of writers who are busy getting a couple of series articles together that will be published on the site.

She mentions that most of the traffic to the site is still just people getting to know each other and discovering other female PHP developers just around the corner. She again thanks all of those helping to make the group possible and to keep the ideas and new members flowing in by spreading the word to co-workers, over email - whatever your comunication method of choice is - to get more people involved.

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Ligaya Turmelle's Blog:
PHPWomen update
October 12, 2006 @ 07:16:43

Ligaya Turmelle has posted an update on a movement started a few days ago surrounding the women of PHP that are our there, hacking and coding along with their male counterparts.

Ok so we have been some busy little beavers. We have a domain and hosting (Thanks to Cal Evans graciously volunteering us space) though we will probably be moving that domain to the OmniTI servers who have also volunteered to host us. A mailing list has been set up (feel free to join it here) as well as an IRC channel (#phpwomen on freenode). We are currently figuring out what we want to be and don't want to be as a community so make your voice heard.

They do have a website - phpwomen.org - but it's currently just a placeholder for future content (including a forum to help with interaction). According to Ligaya, there's about 25 women involved with the project right now, but they're always looking for more to get in, so if you're interested, check out either their site or head over to the freenode IRC network and join #phpwomen.

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Pádraic Brady's Blog:
PFP II Return of Patterns For PHP
September 13, 2006 @ 16:01:46

Pádraic Brady is "back in business" and back posting again on his blog with this new item talking about the reactivation of his Patterns for PHP website.

It's appropriate to take stock of the projects I dropped for the Summer. Among them is the Patterns For PHP website. The project is now once again active. To facilitate some easy feedback options and let the Administrators discuss issues, planning and some maintenance tasks we'll be performing I have added a phpBB forum to the mix.

The forums he mentions are up and active for all developers out there looking for a place to congregate and talk about the use of patterns in PHP.

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Tim Priebe's Blog:
Content Management Systems Demystified
June 02, 2006 @ 06:07:11

In this new post on Tim Priebe's blog, he looks at a variety of the content manage ment system offerings out there on the web today, including several PHP-based options.

The list includes:

  • PHPNuke (general)
  • Drupal (general)
  • Coppermine (images)
  • WordPress (blogging)
  • phpBB (forums)

Tim includes links to all of the resources and screenshots of each package in action. It's interesting to have a summary of some of the more major offerings lined up like this - a good starting place to branch from for other CMS research.

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