On Wed, 15 Aug 2001, Zeev Suraski wrote:
> like.  That's why the situation wouldn't change radically if/when the 
> engine license changes, much like it wasn't any different *before* the 
> engine license was even introduced, in the PHP 3.0 days.  Having regulators 
> over the 'kernel' of the project is certainly not very unique to the PHP, 
> and had a significant role in bringing PHP to where it is today, and not 
> where Perl is today, for example.

You always compare PHP to Perl. How about Python? It's a well designed
language that's pretty open for development.. Look at their PEPs system.


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 the greatest lesson to be learned is that the most difficult way is, in
 the long run, the easiest."
                -Henry Miller, The Books in My Life

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