On 4 Jul, 2015, at 10:39 pm, MusikAnimal <email@example.com> wrote:
Looks good, but note we may not necessarily be using a framework, it seems (getting conflicting recommendations), but certainly a templating engine of sorts. We are open to all ideas, but would you be okay working with something other than Laravel if it came down to it? Also, do you have a GitHub account?
Thank you for also being upfront about your availability. It's all volunteer work and even small contributions here and there are helpful and appreciated.On Jul 4, 2015 08:41, "Maximilian Doerr" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:_______________________________________________
He’s got my thumbs up. Any objections?
English Wikipedia Account Creation Team
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I am writing in response to the call of developers for xTools on Wikipedia.
I have previously been a Core member in the LxCenter team, which released the open source web hosting control panel Kloxo and the VPS control panel HyperVM. I work as both a PHP developer and a sysadmin there, as I also find sponsorship on behalf of LxCenter and manages the sponsored server although another developer manages the main web server etc.
I currently develop with Laravel, although for simpler application I use packages from Packgist (e.g. Plates) and I personally think Laravel would be the best way to go, considering the a MVC implementation is desirable and it provides many useful functions e.g. an excellent ORM, code injection interface and template engine.
I am afraid I don’t have 10-15 years of experience and I self-learnt PHP. That being said, I am very willing to learn new stuffs. I am willing to commit to the project. I generally respond to messages in 24 hours and can commit for at least 2 hours per week during term time.
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