It’s been a long, slow, lazy summer; but it feels as though things are accelerating in my life at the moment as we approach the launch of the PHPDiversity kickstarter. Mark promised himself that he wouldn’t proceed until he had all … Continue reading
Enfys, the PHP Rainbow Elephpant, is intended to help promote Diversity within the PHP Community: but what exactly is Diversity? What are the benefits of Diversity? And how can Diversity be achieved?
I’m reminded that it has been quite a while since I last posted anything here on Mark’s blog site, and that people might be forgetting about me… but an Elephpant never forgets. I’m still in a fever-pitch of excitement, as I … Continue reading
“A week is a long time in politics”, apparently. I’m not sure what that means: every time I’ve asked Mark over the last week or so, he’s been reduced almost to tears, mumbling something about “being proud to be a … Continue reading
Mark’s away at the Dutch PHP Conference where (apparently) he’s talking to people about cats; but while he’s away, I’ve had the most incredible, incredible news. It’s really been a very busy day here. Not only is there a new … Continue reading
Wow! Mark is letting me write my own posts on his blog. For those of you who don’t know me yet, I’m Enfys, the PHP Diversity Rainbow Elephpant; or at least, I shall be when I’m real. At the moment, … Continue reading
It was a picture posted by Peter Kokot (a Slovenian developer) on the PHP group on Facebook that got me thinking. Together with his comment: Hello, PHPers. A friendly reminder to spread awareness and support of equality because discrimination separates us. Today is … Continue reading