Aries async has a PromiseImpl which allows an executor as argument.

Should it also implement a Deferred which can do the same?

And finally, should this DeferredImpl also provide the functions of the
static Promises class, but using the configured executor

I guess my main concern is that using Promises.all has no way to appoint an
executor for it's own promise which is created from a Deferred.

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