PHP.Watch News

Longhorn PHP 2022 CFP Open

Longhorn PHP, one of the biggest PHP conferences in Texas, is now accepting talks for Longhorn PHP 2022, scheduled for November 3-5 in Austin, Texas.

Drupal 7.91, 9.3.19, and 9.4.3 released with several critical security fixes

Drupal 7.91, 9.3.19, and 9.4.3 versions are released with security fixes for information disclosure, code execution, cross-site scripting, and access bypass vulnerabilities.

PHP 8.2 Feature-Freeze reached

PHP 8.2 reached its feature-freeze on July 19, meaning there will be no more new features and significant changes made to the PHP 8.2 branch.

PHP 8.2 Alpha 1 Released

The first PHP 8.2 Alpha version is now available for testing.

PHP 8.2 Release Managers Elected

Ben Ramsey, Sergey Panteleev, and Pierrick Charron elected as the Release Managers for PHP 8.2, which is scheduled to be released on 24th of Nov, 2022.

PHP Project Adds GitHub Actions for CI/CD

PHP project adds GitHub Actions CI/CD for Linux and Mac OS builds.

PHP 8.1.3, 8.0.28, and 7.4.28 released with security and bug fixes

PHP versions 8.1.3, 8.0.28, and 7.4.28 are released with security and bug fixes. There are is no corresponding 7.3 release because PHP 7.3 series have reached their End Of Life.

Thank you, Nikita!

Nikita Popov, one of the major and most impactful contributors to PHP announced that he will be shafting his focus, and will not be able to contribute to PHP on a professional capacity anymore.

PHP 7.4.25, 8.0.25 and later 7.3.32 released with security and bug fixes

PHP 7.4.25 and 8.0.25 released with security and bug fixes. A corresponding PHP 7.3 release was made later on 2021-10-28 with the fix for the security vulnerability.

Ubuntu 21.10 — Impish Indri — to be released with PHP 8.0

Ubuntu 21.10 — Impish Indri — to be released on Oct 14, will contain PHP 8.0 in its default software repositories.
Subscribe to PHP.Watch newsletter for monthly updates

You will receive an email on last Wednesday of every month and on major PHP releases with new articles related to PHP, upcoming changes, new features and what's changing in the language. No marketing emails, no selling of your contacts, no click-tracking, and one-click instant unsubscribe from any email you receive.