brandon

Brandon Savage, from Tailwinds, LLC

Positivity over time
Voted RFCs
RFC Question Voted Approval % Correct?
Catchable "call to a member function of a non-object" Catchable Call to a member function bar() on a non-object Yes 100% Yes
Name of Next Release of PHP Shall the name of PHP NEXT be PHP 6, or PHP 7? PHP 6 100% No
Return Type Declarations Typed Returns Yes 94% Yes
Remove deprecated functionality in PHP 7 Unbundle the ext/ereg extension? Yes 92.5% Yes
Default constructors Should PHP 7 have default constructor semantics as described in this proposal? No 57.4% No
Combined Comparison (Spaceship) Operator Accept the Combined Comparison (Spaceship) Operator RFC and merge patch into master? Yes 79.6% Yes
Scalar Type Hints Reserve type names if RFC does not pass? Yes 80.9% Yes
Scalar Type Hints Type aliases Allow synonyms 77% Yes
Scalar Type Hints Accept the Scalar Type Hints RFC and merge patch into master? Yes 66.3% Yes
Skipping optional parameters for functions Should PHP 7 support parameter skipping as described in this RFC? No 38.6% Yes
Group Use Declarations Should Grouped Use Declarations be added to PHP 7 No 67.2% No
Remove the date.timezone warning Should the warning about a not set date.timezone ini setting be removed in master? Yes 74.4% Yes
Scalar Type Declarations Accept Scalar Type Declarations With Optional Strict Mode? Yes 69.2% Yes
Improve array to string conversion array-to-string Yes 77.3% Yes
Remove PHP 4 Constructors remove_php4_constructors Yes 92.6% Yes
Coercive Types for Function Arguments coercive_sth No 38% Yes
In Operator Introduce the in operator? Yes 44.7% No
Generator Delegation Allow Generator delegation in PHP7 Yes 100% Yes
Constructor behaviour of internal classes Constructor behaviour of internal classes Yes 97% Yes
Reclassify E_STRICT notices Reclassify E_STRICT notices as described in this RFC? Yes 87.5% Yes
Strict Argument Count On Function Calls Should PHP7 warn about exceeding argument count on function calls? No 10.5% Yes
Strict Argument Count On Function Calls What's the error level that should be emitted? E_NOTICE 100% Yes
Anonymous Classes Anonymous Classes Yes 96.2% Yes
Generator Return Expressions Allow Generator return expressions in PHP7 Yes 100% Yes
Make empty() a Variadic Make empty() a Variadic Yes 50% No
Short Closures Short Closures No 42.3% Yes
Void Return Type Accept the Void Return Type RFC for PHP 7.1 and merge patch into master? Yes 84.1% Yes
PHP 5 Support Timeline Extend the support timeline of PHP 5? Yes 0% Yes
PHP 5 Support Timeline Extend the support timeline to: 1 year Active Support 2 years Security Support 0% Yes