Archives for August 2009

More symfony trainings in more countries

Sensio Labs have recently launched a symfony training partner program. And I'm very proud to announce that our first certified training partner is Solution Set in the USA.

A week of symfony #139 (24->30 August 2009)

This week symfony welcomed a new member for its core team. Besides, symfony project set up repository mirrors for the most important external libraries. In addition, another milestone was achieved with the 700th published plugin.

Subversion mirrors for Phing, Propel, and Doctrine

We now mirror the Propel, Phing, and Doctrine Subversion repositories.

Bernhard Schussek joins the core team

Today, I'm happy to announce that Bernhard Schussek officially joins the symfony core team.

Calling the community

I have been the symfony Community Manager for just over two weeks now, but so far things have been silent. This has been for several reasons (new job, preparing for Symfony Day) but also to work out some plans I have. I have also received a couple of excellent ideas from the community, which I will be following up in the coming months.

A week of symfony #138 (17->23 August 2009)

Calm week for symfony core development, mostly focused on lime 2.0 tool. Meanwhile, plugins showed an intense development activity with hundreds of changesets and more than 27 updated plugins.

A week of symfony #137 (10->16 August 2009)

Symfony popularity continued growing this week as demonstrated by the five new symfony bloggers and the seven new plugins published. Doctrine integration also showed a remarkable activity, including a new combo build task that merges and deprecates six tasks.

A week of symfony #136 (3->9 August 2009)

Symfony project introduced this week its new community manager and detailed its future symfony 1.3 and 1.4 releases. In addition, symfony marketplace expanded with new developers available to hire and new symfony job postings.

Stefan Koopmanschap is your new symfony Community Manager

Join me in welcoming Stefan to the team!

About symfony 1.3 and symfony 1.4

The January 2010 end of maintenance for symfony 1.0 is fast approaching. Though we may feel a certain attachment to this first stable release of symfony, discontinuing its support is a natural step in the evolution of the project.

Check that your application is truly finished

The one where we talk about the symfony check tool.

1day1ticket July Winners

I'm very pleased to announce our first 1day1ticket winners.

A week of symfony #135 (27 July -> 2 August 2009)

Symfony deprecated this week several helpers, settings and classes in the 1.3 branch. All these features will be removed in symfony 1.4 and are explained in the new deprecation guide