On the Symfony blog today Ryan Weaver has posted a note about the first ever Symfony online community hack day coming up on July the 5th.
Last week, I talked about the Symfony Experience, and announced a new Developer Experience Initiative. […] And now it’s time to put our ideas into action, with the first community hack day on July 5th. This hack day is for everyone and we’ll focus on tasks from all around the Symfony world: the core code and third party bundles. This is our chance to really push on things that never quite get done as well as they could: third party bundle documentation, exception messages, shortcuts, etc.
The event will be happening on July 5th from 9am to 8pm Central European Time (3am to 2pm Eastern time in the US) and will be run from the #symfony channel on the Freenode IRC network. There’ll be plenty to do, so if you’re interested in getting involved, reach out to Ryan or Javier once you’re on and they can point you in the right direction. More information can be found on the Symfony blog.