Quote from: Aleeious on April 21, 2014, 02:33:41 AM
EDIT: You should also remove PHP versions that have reached EOL(end-of-life) PHP 5.3 EOL Announcement and require the site owners to use the next higher version. If the scripts on the site stops working then the owner will hopefully "wake up" and can either upgrade the script to a newer version, ask the script publisher to support the latest PHP version or move to a different script. I once had a very bad experience with a host that refuses to upgrade past 5.2.17 because:
Sorry for the double post. Our plans are to remove 5.2 and 5.3 once 5.6 is released. (5.2 may very well be removed before that. It has only been kept due to compatibility reasons for some users, but honestly it is not worth the risk.) The problem is that some have 5.2.17 selected that can use a newer version.