[development] Go PHP 5, Go!

Nathaniel Catchpole NCatchpole at brookehouse.ac.uk
Wed Jun 20 08:35:19 UTC 2007

I went down every non-PHP 5 project on the list Sime posted. At this
point they either support PHP 5, require it, or appear abandoned.

pMachine - abandoned, replaced by by ExpressionEngine (PHP 5 supported)
PHP Support Tickets (1.9)  	 - now at 2.0, requires PHP 5.0.1
Support Logic Helpdesk (1.2) 	domain squatted?
Support Services Manager (1.0b) - abandoned
Advanced Poll (2.03)  	no information either way - seems to be
abandoned, but e-mailed just in case.
PHPSurveyor (1.0) 	- abandoned, replaced by LimeSurvey
dotProject - 2.1 rc has PHP 5 support
PhpWiki - couldn't find anything conclusive either way
Noah's Classifieds  - abandoned "sorry we're not responding to e-mails".

I sent this via Gmane but it doesn't seem to have come through, if this
is a dupe, I apologise (and for the work sig that'll follow this). Hope
it helps with any fantastico persuasion.

-----Original Message-----
From: sime [mailto:info at urbits.com] 
Sent: 18 June 2007 16:54
To: development at drupal.org
Subject: Re: [development] Go PHP 5, Go!

Gerhard Killesreiter wrote:

>>Had a little look around. Here is a list of scripts supported by
>>Fantastico, along with their PHP5 status. Hope this is useful.

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