On more than one occassion I've mentioned my framework in this forum, currently under the name PNL. I began it with the goal of being a small, simple teaching MVC framework. Surely not much to draw on, so I've set it aside then worked with it, then set it away.
A few months ago I ran into a problem where at work we needed to refactor a large website over time. I redesigned my framework to be up to the task, but in the end the powers that be elected to remain on PHP 4.3. (It shouldn't be too surprising I decided to look for work elsewhere soon afterward for that and other reasons). I was left with a framework without a job, but it was in the interview for my new job what I had made became clear.
I was asked the question I've been asked here before, "What does your framework do that the others can't."
My answer, after some thought, was this
I'll be setting up a GIT repository page for it and going to alpha release schedule soon. The framework makes very heavy use of another Sitepoint alumni's code - TomB - and his DICE project.
So, any suggestions for getting the public version of this project off the ground?