> On Wed, Oct 2, 2019 at 8:24 AM Nikita Popov firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > * The "Undefined array index" case. This one passed the vote with an
> > 2/3 majority, so I'm a bit uncomfortable making changes here. This is
> > the only case where convincing usability concerns have been brought
> > forward, primarily around the $array[$key]++ example. I'm not yet decided
> > on what to do here and whether we should pursue additional library or
> > language features first.
> We raised margins to 2/3 to avoid having to feel bad about narrow
> majorities. I say this as someone who was quite tempted to vote "Keep
> Notice" which on retrospect would have changed the entire outcome based on
> that one vote.
> If this had been a simple majority vote and it had pass by like....
> 52%-48%, then obviously that's not a mandate worth making potentially
> catastrophic changes over, but this is 67% to 33%, it feels like you're
> okay here.
I'd say it's ok, also: with 63 votes cast, I think we have a quorum and
therefore representative opinion. (Per , this vote is second only in
participation to typed properties 2.0, with 71 votes cast.)
I personally abstained, seeing both sides of the argument.