Get Ready For The Next Symfony Sprint!

The next Symfony Sprint will take place at the end of this week, on Friday 4th and Saturday 5th of April.

For those who never participated in a Sprint, the goal is to do as much work as possible in a minimum time. The symfony sprint is, of course, focused on the symfony project development, so all the symfony developers and documentation writers who want to give a hand are welcome.

This time, the sprint will have three main goals:

  • Find and fix bugs in the 1.1 branch, to help the 1.1 beta2 head towards a RC
  • Enhance the symfony 1.1 documentation to explain the changes and enhancements not yet documented
  • Help the developers who want to migrate a symfony 1.0 application to symfony 1.1

For 1.1 migrations, Sensio Labs will provide free support during Friday. So if you wanted to give symfony 1.1 a try with one of your existing applications, that’s the perfect moment for it.

During the last sprint, some complained that they couldn’t dedicate a workday to an open-source project, that’s why this time, the sprint will last for two days, including a week-end day. Fabien and I will be present on Friday, and we’ll try to find a coordinator for Saturday until then.

As usual, we’ll start the sprint at about 10am (West European Time). Meet us on the #symfony IRC channel for task allocation, and get ready for some serious work!

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Ah darn, I won't be able to join you guys this time. I'll be doing a presentation on symfony at the dutch Linux User Group meeting on saturday, and have to really finish some work on friday.

Maybe next time a bit longer notice upfront would be nice, to allow people to plan it into their schedules?
Yeah a new Symfony Sprint ! It will be nice to discover a lot of new stuffs at the end :)
This is going to be great! Hope to see a final release for symfony 1.1!
The teaser text on the index page hat wrong dates: "Friday 7th and Saturday 8th of April: Get ready for some serious work!"
Maybe someone would like to fix that...

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