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Archives for 03/2011

symfony 1.3.11 and 1.4.11
by Kris Wallsmith – March 30, 2011

Quick releases to fix a regression.

Fabien Potencier
Symfony2 final version... we are not there yet
by Fabien Potencier – March 29, 2011

The Symfony core team has decided to delay the release of the Symfony2 final version. It has been a tough decision to make of course but we think that there is no point in rushing out Symfony2. We also think that this is indeed a good news for the project.

Javier Eguiluz
A week of symfony #221 (21->27 March 2011)
by Javier Eguiluz – March 28, 2011

Symfony2 accelerated this week its development pace in order to prepare for its final release. Tons of properties and methods were switched from protected to private, the public API started to be tagged (0f231c3), HTTP exceptions were refactored, the first bridges across components were committed (3e5bd67), Twig 1.0.0 was released and even a new version of cache:clear command was added to the framework's utilities.

Stefan Koopmanschap
Symfony meeting Madrid
by Stefan Koopmanschap – March 22, 2011

During Symfony Live I talked to Alfonso Alba García ([@aalbagarcia]( He was planning to organize a symfony meetup in Madrid. This saturday, it's happening, and you can be there...

symfony 1.3.10 and 1.4.10: security releases
by Kris Wallsmith – March 21, 2011

These releases include yesterday's Doctrine security release.

Javier Eguiluz
A week of symfony #220 (14->20 March 2011)
by Javier Eguiluz – March 21, 2011

This week, Symfony2 gained a new intl extension stub, which will prevent some possible problems related to the intl extension requirement. In addition, the new event manager was committed, probably being one of the last major changes of Symfony2 code. Lastly, the symfony-docs repository also received lots of commits, as Symfony2 stabilization allows expanding and improving its documentation.

Fabien Potencier
Symfony Live 2011 Paris Videos
by Fabien Potencier – March 15, 2011

I'm really happy to announce that all sessions from the main room are now available online.

Javier Eguiluz
A week of symfony #219 (7->13 March 2011)
by Javier Eguiluz – March 14, 2011

This week, the echoes of the last Symfony Live conference still resonated in the symfony community. Meanwhile, Symfony2 switched most of its methods and properties from protected to private, a decision made to ease its maintenance that generated a lengthy and heated discussion on the mailing list. Lastly, in the last weekly IRC meeting core developers decided that "there won't be any other big change before Symfony 2.0 version, no matter what".

Javier Eguiluz
A week of symfony #218 (28 February -> 6 March 2011)
by Javier Eguiluz – March 10, 2011

What a week for symfony project! Hundreds of developers gathered in Paris for Symfony Live 2011 conference, attending tens of technical sessions, discussing the future of Symfony2 and getting in touch with other community members.

Stefan Koopmanschap
The Symfony Live Unconference Schedule
by Stefan Koopmanschap – March 03, 2011

So, with Day 1 of the Symfony Live conference already well under way, we now have a nice schedule to present to you. During the day, many people approached us with very interesting talks they wanted to present during the Symfony Live unconference tomorrow.

Stefan Koopmanschap
We're cheering again for Github
by Stefan Koopmanschap – March 01, 2011

Just like last year, there will be another Github meetup in Paris during the Symfony Live conference. Github and Sensio have again joined forces to give everyone a night of fun. So do join us for saying cheers to Github, drink a beer, and have some geeky talk!