NYCPHP Meetup

[nycphp-talk] OOP, Frameworks, ONLAMP, and NYPHP

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Sat Aug 29 15:27:20 EDT 2009


Hans Zaunere wrote:
> Regarding PHundamentals, it's certainly been a great resource over the years
> thanks to the time and effort put into it, and the quality/participation of
> the list members.
> 
> It has, obviously, stalled and become a bit outdated itself.  Picking them
> back up would be a great thing, although time obviously is always the most
> scarce commodity.  If someone would want to help picking them back up, it'd
> be a great thing.
> 
> And in fact with today's Web 2.0 facey-spaces and twitter-books, perhaps
> even more value would come.  As part of PHundamentals, we could also
> construct an open source project to facilitate the PHundamentals process.
> 
> We'd just need some people (far or near to NYC) to help out... takers?

Hi Hans,

I can't offer much in the way of expertise, but I can certainly offer my
time. It's the least I can do considering what a great resource this
list has been. The way I see it, helping out in some capacity would not
only allow me to give back a little, but would also almost surely result
in learning something new & useful.

Please feel free to contact me directly if you feel I can make a useful
contribution of some kind.

Regards,
Bev




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