Next ZF 1.11.x Release, Bug-hunt wrap up & Sanity Check

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Next ZF 1.11.x Release, Bug-hunt wrap up & Sanity Check

Ralph Schindler-2
Hello Everyone!

Right now I am having a Blue Moon with a slice of orange.  Why? Well, in
part b/c I like Blue Moon, but also in part celebratory as the last few
days (long days) have culminated in one of the most successful bug-hunts
we've ever had.

It's true that in the past we've closed more issues (like last November
we closed over 110).  But this time around, we actually had more bugs
"Fixed" as opposed to closed as "Not an Issue" or "Won't Fix" or "The
Issue Tracker Is not The Mailing List".  Around 60% of the closed issues
were "Fixes".

"Fixed" means patches. These patches were provided by the community.
Meaning, this time around, the community helped us fix *real* issues
(however larger or small) that plagued ZF users.

To get a sense of what issues were closed, visit:

To get a sense of what some of the 140(-ish) commits looked like:

All that said, we will be rolling out a new release in the next day or
so.  Before then *I urge everyone* to pull down release branch 1.11 and
give it a go to see if there are any changes that might affect you or
your projects.

Here are some of the more notable changes that I'd like everyone to test

* ZF-3527: Zend_Controller_Request_Http url encoded BASE_URL

* ZF-11253: Zend_Db_Table_Abstract allows offset in fetchRow()

* MANY Zend_Dojo Fixes

* SEVERAL Zend_Form Fixes

* ZF-10964: Zend_Rest_Route correctly uses urldecode()

* ZF-10042: Zend_View accepts variables at construction time

With that, this is shaping up to look like a pretty good next mini
release, all thanks to the community!

Congrats everyone, and if you have any issues, please report ASAP.

Thanks again!

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