Talk:Seagull PHP Framework

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Rewrite[edit]

I am trying to rewrite the article from a neutral point of view. as pointed out by Intgr.

Also on the Notability issue the Article is indeed applicable on this front.

have a look at the page Content Management Framework this was a stub and was pending before I edited this article. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Bijay.rungta (talkcontribs)

Thank you for your effort. Did you read the notability policy (and the software part)? Does it have enough independent information available to establish notability? Just making sure that you're not wasting effort here.
Also, don't forget to sign your comments on talk pages. (see also: talk page guidelines) -- intgr 13:18, 14 February 2007 (UTC)

Article title and framework name[edit]

For the moment the article title is Seagull Framework but the framework is referenced as Seagull all along. But the website clearly references it as Seagull PHP Framework and Seagull is only used as an abbreviation. So I think this article should be renamed to Seagull PHP Framework and think the article should start like this :

Seagull PHP Framework (Seagull) is a OOP PHP framework for building web...

If the official name of the framework is Seagull, then I think the article should be renamed to something like Seagull (framework). I'll contact its developers and ask their opinion regarding this issue. --Goa103 22:26, 6 April 2007 (UTC)

A developer confirmed that Seagull PHP Framework would be more appropriate so let's rename the article. --Goa103 21:29, 8 April 2007 (UTC)
The page Seagull Framework has been moved to Seagull PHP Framework. --Goa103 21:49, 8 April 2007 (UTC)