Three weeks after we launched SensioLabs connect, we are pleased to announce a few new features.
Symfony 2.0.6 addresses a security vulnerability in the EntityUserProvider as provided in the Doctrine bridge.
Symfony community took a huge leap forward this week with the introduction of a new gamification strategy to develop the community. Starting this week, Symfony Community members will be rewarded for their commitment and involvement in the community. In addition, the first edition of the Symfony Community Awards was announced to further recognize the work of the most prominent community members.
Let's celebrate our 1000th user on SensioLabs Connect!
The Symfony project relies on volunteer efforts from many people around the world. I'm very grateful to everyone who contributes to the Symfony project but unfortunately, not all contributors are equal. The contributors who write code are the most well-known but how can we also reward all the other community members who dedicate some of their precious time to the Symfony project?
This week, Symfony 2.0.5 was released, fixing tens of minor bugs and introducing some tweaks (view changelog). Meanwhile, in the last weekly IRC meeting, it was announced a big push for Symfony2 components, including a revamped documentation.