This has been floating around for a while, but I could not resist. PHP have added an easter egg, append ?=PHPE9568F36-D428-11d2-A769-00AA001ACF42 to PHP-managed URL and you’ll get something what we got on Wikipedia. Different versions have different eggs. Try it around.
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I once asked David Axmark, whether they put easter eggs in mysql or not. He smiled and replied that there’s no point putting eggs in open source. The PHP guys obviously think different.
Try using phpinfo() function on April 1st…
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