August PHPC Gazette released

Well a couple of days ago lunatech (Raj) and I quietly released the August edition of the PHPC Gazette on the PHPC content mailing list. Here is the announcement:

“The second edition of PHPC Gazette is hot off the presses and available to you at http://www.phpcommunity.org/gazette/2005/july/index.html. In it we have Raj Shekhar’s Part II for image manipulation with PHP, a walk down memory lane with various people for PHP’s last 10 years, the discussion for PHPC’s copyright licensing, a beginners introduction to arrays, and finally Threads of Interest.

We want to know what you think about the gazette itself as well as it’s articles. What would you like to see in it and what don’t you like that is already in it? Want to write an article for a future edition, please let us know. We are always looking for writers. Please tell us by dropping a line to gazette (at) phpcommunity (dot) org. “

I fubared though… if you notice the link has the month of july in it. I was supposed to change it to aug – but forgot. Luckily Raj could that magical apache thing and have the link automatically go to the correct place. Thank goodness he could save my butt.

If you get the chance, take a look at the articles and tell us what you think.