Archives for September 2012

A week of symfony #300 (24->30 September 2012)

This week, a new edition of the Symfony Live 2012 conference gathered hundreds of Symfony enthusiasts at San Francisco. During the conference, SensioLabs Desktop, a new application to ease the management of your PHP projects, was unveiled. Meanwhile, the new formal release process was made official and the first code changes were committed for the upcoming Symfony 2.2 version.

Symfony Live San Francisco 2012 is almost over!

Last day of Symfony Live San Francisco 2012, after 4 great days of conferences and trainings!

A week of symfony #299 (17->23 September 2012)

This week, Symfony project introduced a proposal for a new formal release process. In addition, Symfony 2.1.2 was released and some more details about the upcoming Symfony Live San Francisco 2012 were unveiled.

Symfony Live San Francisco 2012: official Cocktail Party!

On the occasion of Symfony Live San Francisco 2012, join us at the Cocktail Party we've organized on Thursday 27th. Register now to the conference and let's party with all the Symfony Community members!

Symfony 2.1.2 released

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Updates for the Symfony Live in San Francisco Conference

Some updated for the 2012 Symfony Live conference in San Francisco.

A week of symfony #298 (10->16 September 2012)

This week Symfony 2.1.1 was released to fix a minor Composer configuration issue. In addition, the first edition of the Symfony Live London conference took place.

Symfony 2.1.1 released

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A week of symfony #297 (3->9 September 2012)

This was the most important week of the year for Symfony project. After more than one year of hard work and thousands of commits and pull requests, Symfony 2.1 was released. Now it's time to celebrate, and to start thinking about Symfony 2.2.

Symfony 2.1.0 released

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A week of symfony #296 (27 August -> 2 September 2012)

This week, Symfony 2.1.0 RC2 and Symfony 2.0.17 were released to fix several potential security issues related to XML handling. In addition, the final version of Symfony 2.1.0 was announced for the next week and the full Symfony Live London conference schedule was published.