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@BeauBeauchamp That's not the prime directive and has never been it (IMHO). If you want something simple, use a DIC with Silex and you're done :)
2 years, 2 months ago on Would you want to participate in a project to build a ZF2-based WordPress-compatible blogging platform?
@BeauBeauchamp Kinda what I'm working on... But the problem is that wordpress is rotten at the core. It has every possible problem that a software architect looking for flexibility (not saying it doesn't do its job well!) could be able to find. So heh, it would be interesting to see something built from scratch starting with flexibility in mind. There's interesting projects like the Symfony CMF by @lsmith and @dbu (which rocks), and there's similar concepts by @juriansluiman which you can find at https://github.com/juriansluiman/SlmCmf.
@BeauBeauchamp Building that stuff too.. Too bad I cannot open source it, but I'm working on that too :) Bosses are not used to get influenced by their employees :P
Anyway, ZF2 is too far from the WP Philosophy. It is like shooting ducks with grenades :)
@kschroeder I am well aware of what the market wants, but ZendFramework is not about RAD as far as I know. It is about stability and enterprise solutions. Maybe I'm just lucky, but I usually spend a lot of time working on projects going on for many months... I would instead check compatibility with other CMS solutions with stronger plugin systems. Wordpress makes it a bit scary, especially on the security front.
2 years, 5 months ago on Would you want to participate in a project to build a ZF2-based WordPress-compatible blogging platform?
@kschroeder Wordpress plugin are of arguable quality... Are we sure that is the way?
While this is quite a cool integration idea, the Wordpress code base is so horrible!I'd re-take a comment I just saw and say: better to build a blog module + migration tool :D