Stefan Esser retires from PHP security response team
chromatic at wgz.org
Tue Dec 12 18:07:01 GMT 2006
On Tuesday 12 December 2006 02:58, Andy Armstrong wrote:
> It's an interesting insight into what makes a language popular. It
> seems to me that the main thing PHP ever had going for it was low
> cost of entry. You install it on a web server and suddenly all your
> HTML can magically have fragments of code embedded in it.
Isn't the first part of that sentence "Someone else has already installed it
on a web server..."?
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