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11-14-2007, 07:37 AM
Join Date: Nov 2007
I'm always hesitant to discuss frameworks in a forum setting, especially the big ones. We all know what Zend is, we all know what CakePHP is, they have their own communities set up, which are filled with both the good and the bad. (i'm just following the example names above)
So I think adding sub sections would be a bad move, right off the bat at least. If there turns out to be a lot of interest in a certain framework, spawn a sub section. Let the need decide the level of commitment from the forum community.
The reason I tend to shy away from forum discussions about frameworks is that they can get heated, everyone has ego's on the line when they make a framework, and not everyone can take criticism (We've all fallen victim to this trait at one point or another)
So if it's just going to be a help/advice section for frameworks, I think it may work out. But if it's going to be an open season on dissecting frameworks contributed by members, I'd probably not participate.
And, as a side note.
Codeigniter ftw. down with zend.
Flame war begins. :D
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