Re: [PHP-DEV] Guidelines for RFC post feature-freeze

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August 24, 2021 17:35 derick@php.net (Derick Rethans)
On Mon, 23 Aug 2021, Deleu wrote:

> In order to not be empty-handed, I started a gist that can be seen as > the starting point for this discussion, available at > https://gist.github.com/deleugpn/9d0e285f13f0b4fdcfc1d650b20c3105.
4. A Refinement RFC MAY be proposed with a schedule for ending it's vote after feature freeze if at least one Release Manager approves it. IMO, they should have consensus. 7. A Refinement RFC MAY have a shorter discussion period, respecting a minimum of 10 days, when it's voting ends after feature freeze. 8. A Refinement RFC MAY have a shorter voting period, respecting a minimum of 10 days, when it's voting ends after feature freeze. Reducing them from 14 to 10 days, seems to make little sense to me. There is no need for a reduced time-table, because of: 11. Release Managers MAY delay RC1 for XX days at their own discretion. cheers, Derick -- PHP 7.4 Release Manager Host of PHP Internals News: https://phpinternals.news Like Xdebug? Consider supporting me: https://xdebug.org/support https://derickrethans.nl | https://xdebug.org | https://dram.io twitter: @derickr and @xdebug
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August 25, 2021 18:59 ramsey@php.net (Ben Ramsey)
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Derick Rethans wrote on 8/24/21 12:35:
> On Mon, 23 Aug 2021, Deleu wrote: >=20 >> In order to not be empty-handed, I started a gist that can be seen as =
>> the starting point for this discussion, available at=20 >> https://gist.github.com/deleugpn/9d0e285f13f0b4fdcfc1d650b20c3105. >=20 > 4. A Refinement RFC MAY be proposed with a schedule for ending it's vot= e=20
> after feature freeze if at least one Release Manager approves it. >=20 > IMO, they should have consensus.
Agreed. I wasn't aware of the Nullable Intersection Types RFC myself until this week, and that's on me. I would probably have disagreed with allowing it. Cheers, Ben --aCxENcXzD1kTChSlFssQCHuulbVGQUKdd--