On 16.08.2019 at 01:39, Peter Kokot wrote:

> Off topic question/request if it's maybe possible and doable unless
> I've missed something. Current RFC process is in short something like
> writing a text document together with the implementation itself via a
> pull request already and at the same time the discussion phase is
> happening. After discussion there is a voting phase based on the
> feedback from the comments. There, many times people who vote also
> sometimes don't add reasons why they vote against something and they
> stop the RFC from passing. RFC author, not only cannot implement it
> but they also waste their time with the implementation.
> Would it be a good thing if the RFC author would have a similar option
> to get voting results feedback before starting to code (implementation
> phase) on the RFC? So, they can see the results before the voting
> phase and if the time investment is worth the trouble of adding a
> feature or not.

It is not necessarily required to have an implementation for an RFC
available, see item (6) in <https://wiki.php.net/rfc/howto>.

Christoph M. Becker

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