PHP_CodeSniffer 1.4.0 released26 Sep
A lot of effort has gone into compiling these standards from existing sniffs, writing new sniffs, and making core changes to PHP_CodeSniffer to support new features that they require. I think they are a good representation of the written standards and another couple of great generic coding standards that you may choose to adopt in your own projects.
Special thanks to the 3 developers who directly contributed code to this branch. Your help is always very much appreciated.
I'd like to also thank everyone who tested the PSR-1 and PSR-2 standards as they were being developed over the last couple of months, and those developers who helped me on the PHP-FIG mailing list as I tried to decipher them. Your bug reports, pull requests and general feedback were always helpful.
But a lot more testing of these new standards needs to be done, so please keep the feedback coming through.
Apart from the new standards, version 1.4.0 contains a couple of other nice changes, including a new notify-send report and the ability to explain a standard. You can view the full changelog on the PHP_CodeSniffer download page.