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Chris Wright, from Docnet

Positivity over time
Created RFCs
Name # of votes # of comments Approval % Version Target Last update Status
Additional Usage for the Splat Operator 0 0 0% 2014-11-03 Inactive
Normalize string bitwise shifts 0 0 0% 2014-04-15 In draft
Voted RFCs
RFC Question Voted Approval % Correct?
Extended keyword support Should the extended keyword support patch be merged into master? Yes 31.3% No
Exceptions in the engine Implement in PHP 5.6? Yes 54.3% Yes
phpdbg Distribute phpdbg with PHP5.6+ Yes 100% Yes
TLS Peer Verification Should PHP verify client peers by default in PHP 5.6? Yes 100% Yes
Power Operator Should PHP get a power operator in 5.6? Yes, right associative 71.9% Yes
Argument Unpacking Implement argument unpacking in PHP 5.6? Yes 94.1% Yes
Alphanumeric Decrement Alphanumeric Decrement No 0% Yes
Improved TLS Defaults Should the proposed TLS changes be merged for 5.6? Yes 100% Yes
Array Of Array Of Type Hinting Yes 20% No
intdiv() If the operator vote fails to achieve a 2/3 majority, should the intdiv() function patch be merged into master? Yes 100% Yes
intdiv() Merge the intdiv operator patch into master? No 17.2% Yes
Closure::call Closure::apply() (Approve RFC and merge into master?) Yes 100% Yes
Integer Semantics Accept the integer semantics RFC and merge patch into master? Yes 66.7% Yes
Fix list() behavior inconsistency Fix list() behavior inconsistency? Enable string handling in all cases 100% No
64 bit format codes for pack() and unpack() 64 bit format codes for pack() and unpack() Yes 100% Yes
Null Coalesce Operator Approve Null Coalesce Operator RFC and merge patch into master? Yes 91.2% Yes
Remove alternative PHP tags Remove alternative PHP tags in PHP 7? Yes 76.5% Yes
ZPP Failure on Overflow Accept the ZPP Failure on Overflow RFC and merge into master? Yes 100% Yes
PHP 5.7 Accept the PHP 5.7 RFC? Yes 42.4% No
Scalar Type Hints Accept the Scalar Type Hints RFC and merge patch into master? Yes 66.3% Yes
Scalar Type Hints Type aliases Allow synonyms 77% Yes
Scalar Type Hints Reserve type names if RFC does not pass? Yes 80.9% Yes
Expectations Merge changes into master? Yes, with custom exceptions 97.7% Yes
Skipping optional parameters for functions Should PHP 7 support parameter skipping as described in this RFC? Yes 38.6% No
Exceptions in the engine (for PHP 7) Allow exceptions in the engine and conversion of existing fatals? Yes 96.8% Yes
Group Use Declarations Should Grouped Use Declarations be added to PHP 7 Yes - with a trailing "\" 67.2% Yes
Scalar Type Declarations Accept Scalar Type Declarations With Optional Strict Mode? Yes 69.2% Yes
Remove PHP 4 Constructors remove_php4_constructors Yes 92.6% Yes
Exceptions in the engine (for PHP 7) Introduce and use BaseException? No 67.2% No
Generator Return Expressions Allow Generator return expressions in PHP7 Yes 100% Yes
Generator Delegation Allow Generator delegation in PHP7 Yes 100% Yes
Reserve More Types in PHP 7 reserve_more_types_in_php_7 Yes 95.2% Yes
Constructor behaviour of internal classes Constructor behaviour of internal classes Yes 97% Yes
Reserve Even More Types in PHP 7 Reserved Type: resource No 69% No
Reserve Even More Types in PHP 7 Reserved Type: object Yes 81.8% Yes
Reserve Even More Types in PHP 7 Reserved Type: scalar Yes 64.2% Yes
Reserve Even More Types in PHP 7 Reserved Type: numeric Yes 78.6% Yes
Reserve Even More Types in PHP 7 Reserved Type: mixed Yes 73.2% Yes
Throwable Interface Throwable Interface Yes 100% Yes
Generalize support of negative string offsets Generalize support of negative string offsets Yes 0% Yes