Sounds to me like you personally would like to found a new initiative:
return to or stay with php4 and lets us try to stop time.
sorry, but your reply is bulls***. Please read the stuff I have written carefully to avoid any further confusion.
Fact is the WebsiteBaker project can not meet the targets of the goPHP5 initiative.
Therefore, the listed software projects have all agreed that effective February 5th, 2008, any new feature releases will have a minimum version requirement of at least PHP 5.2.0.
The next release of WebsiteBaker - Version 2.8 will work with a minimum requirement of PHP 4.4.9.
But again, withdrawing from the initative goPHP5 does not mean that future releases of WebsiteBaker will not make use of PHP 5 - in fact it will, but not sure if with WB 2.9 or e.g. WB 3.0. The only thing we need to adapt is that we have to remove the goPHP5 logo from the start page - that's all.
With respect to the future of WB. We are aware that PHP 5 offers a lot of new possibilities and for sure we will make use of PHP 5 in future version of WebsiteBaker - but not with the next release WebsiteBaker - version 2.8.
Honestly speaking I do not really understand all the hype. We just withdraw from the goPHP5 initiative as we can not stick to the agreements - thats it. And no it is not a solo, it is just telling the guys of the initiative that we can not stick to what was promissed by Ryan two years ago.
Whats your suggestion? Search and replace all strpos (PHP4) to stripos (PHP5) so we achieve the goal that WB 2.8 only works with PHP 5? The time will come when WebsiteBaker implements true PHP5, but this will be in line with an major update (e.g. WB 3.0) and not just due to the fact that we have to stick to any initiative.
Hope this make things clear to everybody.