chtito wrote: @yoyo: No i18n in propel either. ~ ~ It's a symfony addition.
@Zyne: if you reread the poll i'm sure you'll agree that most of the entries above put propel in the downside.
When the plugin sfDoctrine is ready people will be able to switch to doctrine. Until then, doctrine is virtually of no use for the symfony community.
Lastly, i think that this discussion should be moved to another thread...
francois wrote: We'd like to get a better understanding of the symfony community.
Would you mind spending a few minutes to answer these questions?
It will help us to see where our efforts should focus first.
What’s the size of your company?
Les than 10 employees
What is your interest for symfony?
Did you introduce symfony into your company?
How did you get to know symfony?
In your opinion what are the 3 main upside and the 3 main downside of symfony comparing to other Framework?
1 Quickly to finish a project,especialy in commercial field.
2 Code Structure is very clear.
3 Flexible to develop and maintain.
1 Hard to learn before first time to use.
2 Must learn YAML.
3 Structure is pretty large...
Name 3 of its best technical functionalities
Which other framework do you use?
Please rank the three best frameworks according to your personal standards
I can't answer the question, cause ...I am still learning symfony with sandbox.
Do you only use Open Source? If so why?
Yes, cause Open source can bring many benefits to my company and customers.
Name 3 main advantages of the Open Source for you
1. The cost is more cheaper then the others.
2. Open source product's life is longer then the others.
3. It's more flexible to develop programes. If we use MS, we can't do any thing if we meet bug or troubles.
What kind of web application do you mainly develop with symfony?
What would you like to see develop around symfony
More documentation / More Support / More Training / Other
All of these.
I'm waiting francois's book announce as soon as possible on Amazon.
What are your hopes for the future of symfony?
Become a company, just like Zend. Then you can provide professional services for PHP developers or companys.
Thanks for your time
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