Jani Taskinen wrote:
> Can you guys give up these childish fights and just code?

  These are not childish fights. And I assume there are some people
  out there, just like Sascha and Thies, who are waiting to code
  and contribute the Zend Engine, once the license gets changed.

  But chaning the license is only one step that Andi and Zeev need
  to take, IMHO.

  A second one would be documenting the Zend Engine's internals. 
  And this can only be done properly by Andi and Zeev, since they
  planned and coded it.
  Looking at zend_compile.c and zend_execute.c today just gives me 
  the creeps, from a software developer's view: nearly no 

  Of course, I can guess what is done where, since I know a bit on
  compiler theory. But with a proper documentation, people like
  Sascha and Thies could start with their work on the engine right
  away -- without learning (by guessing) how the Zend Engine
  actually does what it does.
  While the Zend API could easily be documented, or updated from
  what's in ZendAPI on cvs.zend.com, from any developer who wrote
  some PHP extensions, the documentation of the Zend Engine itself
  and its internals can IMHO only be done by its creators.

> Haven't you get any pussy lately or what?

  And this isn't "childish" now, is it?

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