This week we saw:

FlexySvn-0.1 Officially Released

Alan Knowles has officially released his FlexySvn, and you can see it in action by going to http://newweb.akbkhome.com/svn.php. For the download itself and to read installation instructions, visit Alan's blog at http://www.akbkhome.com/blog.php/View/90/FlexySvn+packaged+and+released.html.

"Call for Papers" Times Two

If you haven't seen this on php.net, there are two conferences to be held in November that have issued the Call for Papers: the AFUP (Association Fran├žaise des Utilisateurs de PHP), which has more info available at http://www.afup.org/article.php3?id_article=283 and the International PHP Conference 2005, which will eventually have more info available at http://www.phpconference.com/. So send in your ideas and we'll see you there.

Randomly Shuffle your Netflix Queue

Thanks to Andrei Zmievski, you can now randomly shuffle your Netflix Queue with a little script he drummed up in his spare time. Check it out by going to http://www.gravitonic.com/software/other/#NetflixQueueShuffler.

eZ publish 3.6 Released

Derick Rethans announced the release of the open source CMS, eZ publish v. 3.6 in a recent blog post. Some new features include: static caching of content, support for transactions in databases, real preview of content before publishing, improved template syntax, and improved support for internal links. To download or see an online demo, go to http://ez.no/community/news/ez_publish_3_6.

Security Vulnerability in phpCMS Prompts v 1.2.1pl2 Release

This latest version of phpCMS includes an important security patch, and all users are encouraged to download the newest version. More information about the vulnerability can be found at: http://secunia.com/advisories/15586/ and you can download the security fix at http://www.phpcms.de/download/index.en.html.

PEAR/PECL releases

I would be remiss in my duties if I didn't include what's new at PEAR and PECL. Recent PEAR releases include:

And at PECL:

As always, you can download or learn more about these packages at http://pear.php.net/ and http://pecl.php.net/.

See you next week with more news and tidbits from the PHP world!