Does anyone know what happened behind it?
At the same time the opening wording are very confusing.
New York PHP has long been a strong advocate of PHP and the Open Source model. However, in these tight economic times, it's become clear to many that support is quickly waning for free and open software. A more practical and realistic model is needed.
In an industry that can literately change overnight, it's vital to adopt just as quickly. New York PHP is now proudly known as New York ASP,...
What is the problem?