hradtke

Herman J. Radtke III

Positivity over time
Voted RFCs
RFC Question Voted Approval % Correct?
Allow arbitrary expression arguments to empty() and isset() Which of the language constructs should accept arbitrary arguments? None 81% No
array_part Should the current array_part() implementation be merged No 10.5% Yes
Adding hash_pbkdf2 Function rfc/hash_pbkdf2 Yes 100% Yes
foreach_variable supporting T_LIST Should this RFC be merged into trunk? Yes 73.3% Yes
Generators Should generators be merged into master? Yes 96% Yes
Class Name Resolution As Scalar Via "class" Keyword Should the ::class feature be merged to master? Yes 90.9% Yes
ext/intl::UConverter Should the current UConverter implementation be merged Yes 100% Yes
ext/mysql deprecation If the vote to make ext/mysql generate E_DEPRECATED errors is unsuccessful, what course of action do you think we should take? (b) 100% No
ext/mysql deprecation Should ext/mysql generate E_DEPRECATED errors in PHP 5.5? No 67.6% No
array_column Accept array_column() for inclusion in PHP? Yes 86.4% Yes
Define PHP 5.3 end of life Which EOL period should we choose? One year with security fixes only, announce with 5.5 final release 100% Yes
Alternative typehinting syntax for accessors Should the proposed typehinting syntax be used instead of the current one? No 20% Yes
Integrating Zend Optimizer+ into the PHP distribution rfc/optimizerplus Integrate into 5.5, even if minor delay required 100% Yes
Trailing comma function args Should the current optional trailing comma implementation be merged No 42.9% Yes
Syntax for variadic functions Should the proposed variadic-function syntax be added in PHP 5.6 (master)? No 97.3% No
Improve HTML escape Add / escape and Make ENT_QUOTES default No 28.6% Yes
Array Of Array Of Type Hinting No 20% Yes
Name of Next Release of PHP Shall the name of PHP NEXT be PHP 6, or PHP 7? PHP 7 100% Yes
Scalar Type Hints Reserve type names if RFC does not pass? Yes 80.9% Yes
Scalar Type Declarations Accept Scalar Type Declarations With Optional Strict Mode? No 69.2% No
Short Closures Short Closures Yes 42.3% No