We need to find ways to help Andy Prevost.
He is now 100% dependent on basal and bolus insulin injections. He has to inject
up to six times daily. This has helped stabilize his blood sugar levels.
His pancreas no longer produces any digestive enzymes and he is 100% dependent
on up to 540 prescription enzymes monthly. Despite the prescription, he still
has malabsorption with steatorrhea a major problem. He had gained a bit of weight
but is now back down to less than 140 lbs. With very little "fat" on his body,
pressure ulcers are a significant problem. One of these pressure ulcers is a major
concern, with the skin not healing and a gaping hole is now present. He has
follow up visits with the doctor in next few days and we will update on that.
The costs of prescription medicines is ridiculously high and is creating
financial pressures on the family. We need to find ways to help: the family
has always come to the aid of others. They have helped many others with financial help,
provided housing, food, and their time. Andy is a major contributor to the open-source
community having created more than a dozen extremely popular open-source
With Christmas just a few weeks away, and the family finances suffering,
we need to find ways to help. Church groups have held fund raisers, individuals
have donated on YouCaring.com
and sent medical supplies and money directly to the family. If you would like
to send something directly, contact us through the youcaring.com site and we
will provide a mailing address.
Thanks to all who have helped out. We need to find ways to help ...
PHPMailer continues to be the
world's most popular transport class, with an estimated 9 million users
worldwide. Downloads continue at a significant pace daily.
The current "official" version of
PHPMailer is available through Github:.
The project is now headed by
long-time developer of PHPMailer and author Marcus Bointon. Marcus joined the
PHPMailer project in 2009 with the release of PHPMailer v5.0.0 and worked
diligently as an author in converting the second release of PHPMailer targeted
at PHP5 users. He has been a contributor to PHPMailer since 2004. Marcus is
avidly supporting users, the direction of the project and is continuously
upgrading the code for enhancements and fixes.
Many thanks to Jim Jagielski and
the Apache Foundation, who have agreed to merge the two "forks" of PHPMailer to
Github. Jim Jagielski remains a commit contributor for PHPMailer.
Best of luck to all contributors to
the PHPMailer code base.