jmikola

Jeremy Mikola, from MongoDB

Positivity over time
Voted RFCs
RFC Question Voted Approval % Correct?
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 Type aliases Allow synonyms 77% Yes
Scalar Type Hints Reserve type names if RFC does not pass? Yes 80.9% Yes
Scalar Type Hints Accept the Scalar Type Hints RFC and merge patch into master? Yes 66.3% Yes
Exceptions in the engine (for PHP 7) Allow exceptions in the engine and conversion of existing fatals? Yes 96.8% Yes
Exceptions in the engine (for PHP 7) Introduce and use BaseException? Yes 67.2% Yes
Generator Return Expressions Allow Generator return expressions in PHP7 Yes 100% Yes
Scalar Type Declarations Accept Scalar Type Declarations With Optional Strict Mode? Yes 69.2% Yes
Coercive Types for Function Arguments coercive_sth No 38% Yes
Make empty() a Variadic Make empty() a Variadic No 50% Yes
Easy User-land CSPRNG Reliable user-land CSPRNG Yes 100% Yes
Constructor behaviour of internal classes Constructor behaviour of internal classes Yes 97% Yes
Reserve More Types in PHP 7 reserve_more_types_in_php_7 Yes 95.2% 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
Reserve Even More Types in PHP 7 Reserved Type: object Yes 81.8% Yes
Reserve Even More Types in PHP 7 Reserved Type: resource Yes 69% Yes