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Zend Developer Zone:
ZendCon T-Shirt contest
August 11, 2010 @ 12:56:47

On the Zend Developer Zone there's a recent post about a contest they're running to give one lucky winner a free pass to this year's Zend/PHP Conference in November in Santa Clara, California.

Summer is upon us, which means that the annual Zend/PHP Conference (ZendCon), the world's largest gathering of the PHP community, is drawing near. Preparations are already in high gear, and you can make an impact on what fellow PHPers will wear in Fall of 2010! Submit your cool t-shirt designs or just cast your vote. The winning design will be used for the new 'official' PHP t-shirt. Every ZendCon attendee (and some others) will be getting the free t-shirt, and you get a free pass to the conference!

Besides the ticket to ZendCon, there's also two other prizes for the runners up - a free pass for a Zend Certification Exam (5.3) and a pass for a Zend Framework Certification Exam. There's about seven weeks left to submit your design and are currently eight entries on the list, so get your design in early to give it the best chance for the most votes. The submission round will end September 30th, so get your designs in soon!

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PHPWomen.org:
PHPWomen T-shirts For Sale!
August 10, 2009 @ 07:57:27

You've seen them at conferences and on various members of the PHP community, but now you can order one of your own - PHPWomen t-shirts are for sale from the Spreadshirt website.

We're happy to announce that we are making variations of our PHPWomen t-shirts for sale! Now those of you who couldn't make it to the conferences can get a PHPW shirt for every day of the week.

You can order one of seven different shirts in both men's and women's sizes (including the optional white on eggplant color in the men's sizes and a eggplant on lavender women's shirt). Pricing starts at around $20 USD and ranges up to $24 USD. For US and Canada orders use this site, for European orders use this site.

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PHPWomen.org:
PHPWomen at PHPLondon
March 07, 2008 @ 09:37:00

Lorna Jane has posted a brief look back at this year's PHP London conference and the PHPWomen group's involvement there.

Leap Year Day, 29th February 2008, saw the annual London PHP Conference. PHPWomen were lucky enough to be able to get a stand at this conference to promote our organisation, and it was a great opportunity to get together and meet all the women that were able to be there.

She counted around 20 women at a conference of around 300 attendees (7% - not bad!) and notes that when attending a conference with a popular group, always bring enough t-shirts. There were even elePHPant and cake (no not the framework) sightings later in the day.

A big thankyou to all the helpers - it was wonderful to meet you all and I hope you enjoyed yourself as much as I did!
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PHPWomen.org:
T-shirts for Zend Con
August 23, 2007 @ 09:26:00

On the PHPWomen.org blog today, Ligaya Turmelle has posted about the t-shirts they've created for the group and will have at this year's Zend/PHP Conference & Expo:

Just wanted to let the world know that we will be handing out t-shirts with 2 designs at this years Zend Conference. Below you will find a mock up I made (not the printers) for what the t-shirts will look like. You will be able to pick a t-shirt at the PHPWomen booth in the exhibition hall that Zend has been so kind to donate to us.

Check out the first option and second option for the shirts.

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Ben Ramsey's Blog:
PHP Community T-Shirts
August 22, 2007 @ 07:53:11

Ben Ramsey has posted the design that's been developed (as developed by Ligaya Turmelle and Elizabeth Naramore) for the PHP Community t-shirts they'll have at this year's Zend/PHP Conference & Expo:

Last year, a substantial number of regulars of #phpc attended the Zend/PHP Conference and Expo, so we decided to make #phpc t-shirts for everyone. This year, that number of attendees from #phpc has dramatically risen, and, again, we'll be creating special t-shirts, this time using the original PHPCommunity.org logo created by Peter Jovanovic (with contributions from Richard Davey).

If you're attending the conference and would like one of the shirts, submit your information and you'll be added to the list.

Check out Ligaya Turmelle's blog post for more information.

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Community News:
#phpc Community Channel T-Shirts for ZendCon
October 12, 2006 @ 16:47:00

As is mentioned here on Ben Ramsey's blog and here on the Zend Developer Zone - the "official" shirts of the PHP community channel on freenode, #phpc, have been created and can be ordered.

Ben notes that the decision was made to create the shirts because of the good number of #phpc-ers that were attending the Zend/PHP Conference and Expo this year. The design has been created and the order will soon be placed, so if you want to get in on the order, let Ben know (via email - tshirts [at] benramsey.com) and they'll add another name to the list. The cost on them is about $13 USD.

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Chris Shiflett's Blog:
OSCON People and Random Tidbits
August 03, 2006 @ 12:01:01

Back with more from his experiences at this year's OSCON, Chris Shiflett has posted a few of the more random things he experienced while there.

One of the great things about OSCON is how it brings people together, and this year's conference was no different. I had the privilege of meeting a number of people for the first time.

People on his list include Cal Evans, Andrew van der Stock, Kevin Yank, Jeremy Johnstone, and Ed Finkler. He also mentions a "cool idea" from Zak Greant - the use of a bug/issue tracker to deal with community issues.

Chris also briefly mentions the "PHP trading card game", the PHP Security Hoedown, and the OmniIT book signing.

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