PHP Programming Innovation Award

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I received an email from PHPClasses.org this evening,

This is a notification message to let you know that your package Ngeblog was nominated to the PHP Programming Innovation Award among all the classes approved for publishing in the PHP Classes site during the month of October of 2006.

The class was nominated by Manuel Lemos that submitted the following comment:

“Blogger is a very popular blog Web site owned by Google. Nowadays it provides a Web services API named GData API. It makes possible to manipulate articles posted in Blogger blog from an external site. This class makes use of the GData API to manipulate Blogger posts from any PHP Web site.”

Well, when i started this project about two weeks ago, i never planned it to be nominated to any award. Like any other open source projects, it all just started with “i wanna do this, and i wanna do it now” motivation.

But then i looked at the prize and i thought why not. :)

So please be kind to vote it for me.

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3 Responses to PHP Programming Innovation Award

  1. Tech Nectar says:

    Congrats and thanks for your code :)

    I just wanted to know if you have a similar program for PHP version 4.4. My host supports only PHP 4.4 :(

  2. Thanks. :)

    Gee, you are the second people ask that. Well, i didn’t have PHP 4 version for Ngeblog. :(

    But you can always rewrite it for your needs though, all yaou need is curl extension (or fopen enabled if you wish) and some knowledge about GData.

    Sorry. But i strongly suggest you move to PHP 5. :)

  3. makine says:

    Congrats Eris.

    i’m using your code in my web site. i’ll vote for you :)

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