Older blog entries for aint (starting at number 4)

Within two weeks I'll be moving away from technology and venturing off into the woods as a camp ranger. In otherwords, I'll be selling firewood, collecting camp fees, and hopefully not making too many people angry :) I need a little break from computers, this will be one. For about two months.

Also, I finally implemented the changes on that manual page. Here's the exciting diff.

I created the user philip here, do I want to worry about moving everything over? Not sure. I may try :)

I don't use the handle aint much anymore (if at all), time for a new name? It's not that important though.

Once I finish up my current project I hope to attack all my forgotten promises for the PHP project. First on the todo is this doc bug, (using/getting information from outside PHP). The recent changes have made life interesting in this regard:)

I've written a few posts on the subject and will use them for reference (a, b, c, d, e, f). Feel free to email me with ideas. This will be done within 7 days, +-2 as I'll be away this weekend in Walla Walla, Washington.

18 Sep 2001 (updated 18 Sep 2001 at 22:26 UTC) »

Did my first commit to phpdoc the other day and it's now online at php.net/strip_tags, Example #1.specifically. I learned a valuable lesson, be sure to know what the output will look like before committing to cvs tree. Silly xml :) Working on the PHP Manual is more fun then php-general or better put, rewarding in a different way ;-)

25 May 2001 (updated 7 Mar 2002 at 05:56 UTC) »

I'm starting work on phpReview and hope to contribute useful thoughts, words, and code. I'm the only native English speaker on the team so most likely I'll be cleaning up comments and documentation for awhile. I'm okay with this, somebody has to do it and it may as well be me! [update: march 06, 2001 - I've not worked on phpReview for a long time]

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