The following from Luis
Many thanks for responding Luis
I just got my new Fedora 1.0 system up. I'll install the development
version as soon as possible.
>>What's going on with PHPSlash? Lately haven't heard anything from the
>a loottttt of new and exciting things are happening: integration with BE,
>more modules, more skings, more features, php-based installer, a new
>release coming soon, etc... etc ...
>You will be hearing about that in a few days/weeks but for now you could
>start using the "alpha" releases on non-production machines to help us
>debug the instalation process and other new things we are trying. M8
>(milestone 8) as we refer to this new upcoming release, will be very very
>different from the past phpslash releases and hopefully a lot better. So,
>if you want to have a heads up on what will be coming, join the
>phpslash-devel list and sit tight.
>>If there's anyway us users who are not very strong at developing can help
>>please let us know.
>I already mentioned how in the previous paragraph. Trying to expose users
>to the new installation process is high priority right now. That will help
>us greatly with the debugging process before phpslash-0.8 goes Gold.
>Thanks Tigran for taking time to ask and offer your help. We need a
>thousand more like you ;-) to help us improve phpslash. Help is always
>welcome. As are patches and any other thing users can do ... including
>suggesting new things that they would like to see in upcoming releases.
>However, most of that talk is usually done on phpslash-devel and not on
>phpslash-users... So, feel free to join that discussion (mailing list).
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