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Request #75903 Atom/Json/ICalendar feed for supported versions timeframe
Submitted: 2018-02-01 13:27 UTC Modified: 2022-02-12 09:55 UTC
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From: enguerran dot poulain at popup-house dot com Assigned:
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 [2018-02-01 13:27 UTC] enguerran dot poulain at popup-house dot com
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I have a suggestion: add a feed to get the supported versions timeframe so we could get the active support and security support dates for each php version.
It could be an Atom Feed like , a json or even better : an iCalendar (ICS) feed.
This feed could have basic infos (php version + initial release date, active support date, security support date) and it could also provide links to migration pages (eg.

With this feature, it would be easier to track support dates.

Enguerran POULAIN


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