willfitch

Will Fitch

Positivity over time
Created RFCs
Name # of votes # of comments Approval % Version Target Last update Status
Method Return Type Hints 0 0 0% 2011-12-13 Declined
DateTime::__toString 0 0 0% 2012-09-01 Declined
Voted RFCs
RFC Question Voted Approval % Correct?
array_part Should the current array_part() implementation be merged No 10.5% Yes
Supports finally keyword Should the implementation be merged into trunk? Yes 83.3% Yes
foreach_variable supporting T_LIST Should this RFC(with supporting of silent token) be merged into trunk? No 16.7% Yes
foreach_variable supporting T_LIST Should this RFC be merged into trunk? No 73.3% No
ext/mysql deprecation Should ext/mysql generate E_DEPRECATED errors in PHP 5.5? No 67.6% No
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? (a) 100% 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
array_column Accept array_column() for inclusion in PHP? Yes 86.4% Yes
Integrating Zend Optimizer+ into the PHP distribution rfc/optimizerplus Integrate into 5.5, even if minor delay required 100% Yes
Allow non-scalar keys in ''foreach'' Remove type-restrictions on foreach keys? Yes 100% Yes
Constant Scalar Expressions Should the patch for this RFC be merged into PHP 5.6? Yes 88.9% Yes
Power Operator Should PHP get a power operator in 5.6? Yes, right associative 71.9% Yes
Use default_charset As Default Character Encoding Default Character Encoding Yes 88.9% Yes
Argument Unpacking Implement argument unpacking in PHP 5.6? No 94.1% No
Alphanumeric Decrement Alphanumeric Decrement No 0% Yes
Automatic Property Initialization Automatic Property Initialization No 38.9% Yes
__debugInfo() Merge ___debugInfo() Yes (5.6) 88.9% Yes
__debugInfo() Name ___debugInfo() __debugInfo() 100% Yes
Filtered unserialize() Approve filtered unserialize() proposal? Yes 73.9% Yes
PHP 7.0 timeline php7timeline Yes 94.4% Yes
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
Scalar Type Declarations Accept Scalar Type Declarations With Optional Strict Mode? No 69.2% No
Anonymous Classes Anonymous Classes Yes 96.2% Yes
Generalize support of negative string offsets Generalize support of negative string offsets Yes 0% Yes
Deprecate (then Remove) Mcrypt Deprecate then Remove Mcrypt from the PHP Core? No 0% No