Slim 3.11.0 is out!

slimframework.com/2018/09/16/s

All bug fixes as you'd expect by this point in Slim 3's development cycle as we're a micro framework so not all about adding new features.

Work on Slim 4 is progressing too - I've been working through the issues list so that it reflects that current state of where we're at.

Good stuff done this weekend!

One issue I'm currently struggling with is that I don't get a lot of time to work on Slim. When I do, I seem too spend it on reviewing PRs and don't actually get to to write the code I think needs to be written.

More thought required on this!

Starting to put in PSR-15 support into Slim's 4.x branch. First up is enabled a Slim App to act as a request handler, courtesy of work by github.com/bnf.

(Note: Feel free to play with Slim's 4.x branch, but don't write an app for production with it…)

One of these cameras have a battery that will last all day...

I have a lot of photo editing to do soon. Around 800 photos need to be sorted into a Flickr album that represents this trip to Florida.

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So it’s like 20 years ago when you’d get a new email address whenever you changed service providers.

Anyone know what `[Composer\Downloader\TransportException] Peer fingerprint did not match` means?

Getting it here travis-ci.org/slimphp/Slim/job

Must be close to the end of my holiday as I'm going through the SlimPHP PR queue today…

Current status: Wondering if I have just had too many Mickey waffles for breakfast...

It is a terrible shame that humans cannot live by ice cream alone.

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Developers shouldn’t stagnate. Go and try other languages if only to see how they do things differently. You’ll love some things and and might dislike others.

Here are five things I love about #elixirlang: swwritings.com/post/2018-08-17

For all the Americans claim to love bacon, you can only get the streaky stuff for breakfast :(

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