[development] Drupal 8 & Symfony2
Ms. Nancy Wichmann
nan_wich at bellsouth.net
Wed Apr 4 14:04:11 UTC 2012
First, remember that "core contributor" doesn't just mean "developer." You could also be a documenter, tester, debugger, or even just an idea-person. I suspect that having a proper framework in place could be beneficial to most of those roles.
Also, you said "non-core developer" - does that mean you are a contrib developer? Wouldn't the same environment be useful for the same reasons?
There is a goal that, by 2014, one percent of Drupal.Org members be core-contributors. We'd all benefit from you thinking about becoming a 1%-er.
Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. -- Dr. Martin L. King, Jr.
> From: DTH
>I currently use Codeigniter as my PHP framework. I'm considering the
>pros and cons of moving to a different framework. For non-core
>developers, how much advantage is there likely to be in knowing/being
>comfortable with Symfony2 when Drupal 8 rolls around? Or will all the
>Symfony stuff be under the hood?
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