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While there hasn’t been a huge amount of public discussion about it, we’ve been working on a license change for web2project. At present, web2project is available under the GNU Public License v2 (or GPLv2). While there’s quite a bit of fear, uncertainty, and doubt surrounding its use, there are a few concerns that result from […]

With the release of v2.0 this past June, web2project now implements a simple Update Checker. Just like WordPress or Drupal, it will periodically check web2project.net to see if a new version is available. If there is, it will display a message to the System Administrator along with a link to the download area of SourceForge. […]

As of 19 December 2010, web2project v2.2 is officially live. You can download it from SourceForge now. While in many releases we might focus on cleanup or functionality or developer aspects or similar, this one is a mishmash of a bunch of useful updates on numerous fronts. This isn’t all the updates but a bunch […]

For the past couple weeks I’ve had fun asking that of people. I’ve asked it of prominent PHP developers, customers, major enterprise software organizations, and product evangelists. The only conclusion that I’ve come to is that no one has a clue. In order to add to the chaos, I thought I’d offer my opinion. An […]

While we haven’t announced new team members in the past, I figure we should use this blog for something useful… I’d like to formally welcome Benjamin Young as a Provisional Member of the Web2project Team. You may not recognize his name, but you may recognize some of his work. In the ancient past, he founded […]