The Abolish Narrow Margins RFC has passed, representing the first major change to the PHP project voting process since 2011. wiki.php.net/rfc/abolish-narro

friendsofphp.org has published an open API allowing you to search for and see events for local PHP user groups around the world. They include data from a variety of sources (not just Meetup).

More details here: tomasvotruba.cz/blog/2019/01/2

margaret ⚠️🌎🔥 staples on Twitter:

Who are the community organizers in the tech space that impress you?

All answers welcome, but definitely hoping to learn about organizing by and for under represented humans.

Please, boost for reach?

bram.se/2VO99Or

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RT @junichirojp@twitter.com: Yesterday we held CakePHP Meetup and go after party. We donated the change!! Enjoy next meetup.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/junichirojp/status

RT @CascadiaPHP@twitter.com: Meet @concrete5@twitter.com one of our sponsors for ! We are excited to be partnering with them and hope you will swing by and say hello!

🐦🔗: twitter.com/CascadiaPHP/status

RT @phpugdd@twitter.com: Don't miss our tomorrow @check24de@twitter.com with @movetodevnull@twitter.com & @hollodotme@twitter.com talking about how to master and in . Save you seat: phpug-dresden.org/events.html#

🐦🔗: twitter.com/phpugdd/status/103

RT @amritajain973@twitter.com: Kudos to @matthewtrask@twitter.com and team for organizing a great !!
Until next time !

🐦🔗: twitter.com/amritajain973/stat

RT @asgrim@twitter.com: All ze elePHPants lined up ready to take new homes 🐘🐘🐘 @SoutheastPHP@twitter.com

🐦🔗: twitter.com/asgrim/status/1029

RT @phparch@twitter.com: Join us for and see Beth Tucker Long speak about Usability and Accessibility: buff.ly/2KMOweR

🐦🔗: twitter.com/phparch/status/102

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