[development] Go PHP 5, Go!
speck at blkmtn.org
Thu Jun 7 08:14:50 UTC 2007
Actually, it almost doesn't matter. IF a substantial portion of the larger
php based projects move next year, it doesn't mean that their products that
have been developed to work up until that point will cease working.
It just means that to do anything moving forward people will need to
This really isn't different then what happens now.
Besides, this strategy has worked successfully for Microsoft for years. It
will work for the Open Source community just as well.
Announce a date, stick to it, move forward. People who don't upgrade now,
are the ones who won't upgrade then.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: development-bounces at drupal.org [mailto:development-
> bounces at drupal.org] On Behalf Of Robert Douglass
> Sent: Thursday, June 07, 2007 12:34 AM
> To: development at drupal.org
> Subject: Re: [development] Go PHP 5, Go!
> I suspect a lot would change very quickly if web hosts started to
> perceive that they were losing customers to other webhosts who ran
> modern PHP versions.
> Vivek Puri wrote:
> >> OS upgrades aren't really a concern for us. We're
> >> just interested in the PHP
> >> version.
> > true but I was responding to how PHP versions are tied
> > to version of OS.
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