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The future of php-fpm

Posted by TECK 
The future of php-fpm
July 13, 2009 10:42PM
Honestly, since Andrei left the project I don't see any developers
getting involved to continue his work. I would love to see this
project incorporated into PHP. I contacted Scott MacVicar, hoping he
will convince someone to look at the project closely.

If you know anyone from PHP Group, please forward this message. In the
same time, please let us know what do you think the future of this
project will be. I really don't want to see it die.
Re: The future of php-fpm
July 14, 2009 01:00AM
We've actually already began work and such and there has been a
conference call between andrei and some of the php folks who manage
the fastcgi sapi.

It is in no way dead but it may be changing course slightly, this
course however will make it easier to contribute (anyone) and won't
require parching php anymore.

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On Jul 13, 2009, at 7:42 PM, Floren Munteanu <admin@yqed.com> wrote:

>
> Honestly, since Andrei left the project I don't see any developers
> getting involved to continue his work. I would love to see this
> project incorporated into PHP. I contacted Scott MacVicar, hoping he
> will convince someone to look at the project closely.
>
> If you know anyone from PHP Group, please forward this message. In the
> same time, please let us know what do you think the future of this
> project will be. I really don't want to see it die.
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