["Jeroen van Wolffelaar" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>]
> Hi,
> About a month ago there was a discussion on the Engine 2 mailing list, about
> a possible RFC-proces for the more imporant PHP-issues. In the end, there
> was some consensus that it would be good if such a system exists.
> I'm simply writing to get some comments, to hear what the general opinion
> is. If that is not negative, I think it should be tried to set it up.
> About the details, there needs to be discussion of course, but it would be
> more efficient to discuss those things after a proposal has been made, in
> stead of construct such a proposal by discussion.
> Joey Smith and Zak Great supported the idea on the list, but the discussion
> went dead. Below I quote some of their mails.


I think one of the problems with this is that even if php-dev comes up
with a system for determining which feature it wants to see in PHP, we
still depend on Zeev, Andi or someone else @ Zend to implement them.
An RFC system would be a support for Zend's decision-making.  At the
end of the day, due to the licensing issues, php-dev is not the body
governing the language, it has an advisory role only.

 - Stig

  Stig Sæther Bakken <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
  Fast Search & Transfer ASA, Trondheim, Norway

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