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  1. May 23, 2008

    <p>Heh, so everything I can see so far is:</p>

    <ul class="alternate">
    <li>All Contributors wear pink shirts and have long hair (or only girls are permitted to contribute proposals?)</li>
    <li>Zend Liaisons use 8-balls to decide if a proposal gets accepted or not</li>
    <li>Zend Team members are all very young kids</li>

    <p>Well, but all in all, nice diagram <ac:emoticon ac:name="wink" /></p>

    1. May 23, 2008

      <p>(lol) I agree with you, the diagram should be corrected.<br />
      I'm asking what do the "bug spray" and the notebook mean in the Incubators boxes.</p>

      <p>I wouldn't use a Eight Ball to decide wherever the code should be archivied, sent to the laboratory or the incubator.</p>

      <p>By the way I wish, besides the icons, a more detailed (in terms of image quality) will be used for the final diagram.</p>

      <p>Eih, I have long hairs, does it means I can contribute even if I'm not a girl?
      <br class="atl-forced-newline" /></p>

      <p>PS: I've never wore, and will never wear, a pink shirt <ac:emoticon ac:name="cheeky" /></p>

  2. May 23, 2008

    <p>I think bug spray means that during incubator development you write tests and as your code coverage increases you may find some bugs. So you debug it with bug spray <ac:emoticon ac:name="smile" /> Well that's a metaphor <ac:emoticon ac:name="cheeky" /></p>

    <p>Well girl with pink shirt is also only a figure. I'm glad that someone actually inserted girl here because ZF actually has female contributors. And if it was a man some might say that its unfair with female contributors. Girl with pink shirt is OK.</p>

    <p>All in all it's just diagram.</p>

  3. May 27, 2008

    <p>Does "archived" mean "rejected"? If so, tell it like it is!</p>

    <p>Also, some indication on the criteria that the Zend team uses would be helpful to avoid wasting everyone's time on proposals that are never ever gonna be accepted.</p>



    1. May 27, 2008

      <p>Not only rejected proposals get archived, but also proposals which are in the new section and aren't update for some period of time.</p>

      1. May 27, 2008

        <p>How do we tell one from the other?</p>

        1. May 29, 2008

          <p>The rejected ones have comments that they were rejected <ac:emoticon ac:name="smile" /></p>

  4. Sep 22, 2009

    <p>If your proposal goes to Extras library, you win a certificate and a gold medal... if it goes to Standard library you win a certificate and... a blue medal? =D</p>

  5. Apr 10, 2010

    <p>I feel like it's a very stupid question, but where to present your idea to the community? Just create a proposal? It seems to me that that would create a sh**load of spam...</p>

  6. Aug 03, 2010

    <p>We need a new picture having the new "CR Team" somewhere on it <ac:emoticon ac:name="smile" /></p>

    1. Aug 03, 2010

      <p>Fyi, the CR Team currently reviews all proposals that have been marked as 'ready for recommendation'. The problem with such a new picture is that nobody knows what PadraicB looks like <ac:emoticon ac:name="cheeky" /></p>

  7. Aug 09, 2010

    <p>Where does one present an idea to the community?</p>

    1. Aug 10, 2010

      <p>I would start with the zf mailing lists. </p>

      <p>You can see the mailing lists here. (<a class="external-link" href=""></a>).</p>

      <p>You can always check out #zftalk and on irc</p>

      1. Aug 10, 2010

        <p>Thanks </p>

  8. Aug 11, 2010

    <p>Does "ready for recommendation" mean that the proposal includes working code (not necessarily fully tested, but written & feature complete as far as the Contributor is concerned)? If so, is there a standardized place to make that code available to the community?</p>