Etienne Kneuss

Positivity over time
Created RFCs
Name # of votes # of comments Approval % Version Target Last update Status
Release Process 0 0 0% 2 2010-11-22 Implemented
LSB, parent::/self:: forwarding 0 0 0% 5.3 2008-07-22 Implemented
count_elements Vs. count() 0 0 0% 2008-06-25 Implemented
Prototype checks 0 0 0% 2011-09-19 Declined
Voted RFCs
RFC Question Voted Approval % Correct?
Allow arbitrary expression arguments to empty() and isset() Should empty() and isset() accept arbitrary arguments? Yes 85.7% Yes
Allow arbitrary expression arguments to empty() and isset() Which of the language constructs should accept arbitrary arguments? Only empty() 81% Yes
Supports finally keyword Should the implementation be merged into trunk? Yes 83.3% Yes
Adding simple password hashing API Should the simplified password hashing API indicated here be included in master? Yes 100% Yes
Allow non-scalar keys in ''foreach'' Remove type-restrictions on foreach keys? Yes 100% Yes
Integrating Zend Optimizer+ into the PHP distribution rfc/optimizerplus Integrate into 5.5, even if minor delay required 100% Yes
Syntax for variadic functions Should the proposed variadic-function syntax be added in PHP 5.6 (master)? Yes 97.3% Yes
Argument Unpacking Implement argument unpacking in PHP 5.6? Yes 94.1% Yes
64 bit platform improvements for string length and integer in zval Merge this RFC into PHP-5.6 having regard to Vote 2 and 3 No 42.9% Yes
Bare Name Array Literal Merge bare name array literal into master/PHP 5.7? No 17.6% Yes
Bare Name Array Dereference Merge array dereference into master/PHP 5.7? No 0% Yes
Name of Next Release of PHP Shall the name of PHP NEXT be PHP 6, or PHP 7? PHP 7 100% Yes
Abstract syntax tree Use AST implementation in PHP 7? Yes 100% Yes
Objects as hash keys Should we support using objects as keys as described in this proposal? No 20% Yes
Scalar Type Hints Accept the Scalar Type Hints RFC and merge patch into master? Yes 66.3% Yes
Combined Comparison (Spaceship) Operator Accept the Combined Comparison (Spaceship) Operator RFC and merge patch into master? Yes 79.6% Yes
Scalar Type Declarations Accept Scalar Type Declarations With Optional Strict Mode? Yes 69.2% Yes