The diversity initiative is about growing our community by ensuring a safe environment for under represented groups and empowering them to become productive members of our community.
What a groundbreaking success! If you were one of the lucky 800 to attend the annual Symfony conference in the beautiful city of Cluj-Napoca, Romania, you know that the SymfonyCon Cluj marked a special moment for the Symfony community.
The winners of the Symfony 2017 Community Awards were announced during the closing ceremony of the past SymfonyCon Cluj 2017 conference. These awards recognize the accomplishments of different individuals within the Symfony Community.
Diversity is one of the 5 initiative I announced during SymfonyCon Cluj. Let's make the Symfony community 10 times better.
Tobias Nyholm joins the Symfony core team to manage the Symfony recipes repositories.
At the end of this month, Symfony 4 will be released and Flex will become the official way to build new Symfony apps. The community and core team are already working hard to find and fix bugs. But there is one really big area where we need your help: making the most popular community bundles compatible with Symfony 4.
The votes for the Symfony Awards are open until November 16th, if you didn't vote yet, vote now!
Vote now for the Symfony Community Awards until November 16th!
Sylius, an e-commerce project based on Symfony components, recently released its 1.0.0 stable version. We chatted with Paweł Jędrzejewski, founder and leader of the project, to celebrate this milestone.
We've just released our scholarship and volunteer programs for SymfonyCon Cluj 2017. Apply now until Tuesday, October 17th.