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-====== PHP RFC: Your Title Here ====== +====== PHP RFC: PHP 7.0 timeline ​====== 
-  * Version: ​0.7 +  * Version: ​1.0 
-  * Date: 2014-10-13 (use today'​s date here)+  * Date: 2014-11-21
   * Author: Zeev Suraski, zeev@php.net   * Author: Zeev Suraski, zeev@php.net
-  * Status: ​Draft+  * Status: ​Accepted
   * First Published at: http://​wiki.php.net/​rfc/​php7timeline   * First Published at: http://​wiki.php.net/​rfc/​php7timeline
  
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-Proposed ​milestones: +Proposed ​Milestones ^^^ 
-Milestone ​1: +Milestone ​                                         ^ Timeline ​      ^ Comment ​          ^ 
-  Line up any remaining RFCs that target PHP 7.0. +| 1. **Line up any remaining RFCs that target PHP 7.0.**    | Now - Mar 15 (4+ additional months) | We're already well under way with doing that, with the PHPNG, AST, uniform variable syntax, etc. | 
-  ​We're already well under way with doing that, with the PHPNG, AST, uniform variable syntax, etc. +| 2. **Finalize implementation & testing of new features.** | Mar 16 - Jun 15 (3 months) ​| | 
-  ​Timeline: ​ Now - Mar 15 (4+ additional months) +3. **Release Candidate (RC) cycles**                      | Jun 16 - Oct 15 (3 months) ​| Subject to quality! | 
-Milestone 2: +| 4. **GA/​Release** ​                                        ​| ​Mid October 2015           | Subject to quality! |
-  ​Finalize implementation & testing of new features. +
-  Timeline:  ​Mar 16 - Jun 15 (3 months) +
-* Milestone ​3:  ​Release Candidate (RC) cycles +
-  Timeline:  ​Jun 16 - Oct 15 (3 months) +
-* Mid October 2015 – GA+
  
  
-It's worth noting that the 2nd and 3rd milestones will be quality dependent. ​ If we have evidence that suggests that PHP 7 isn't sufficiently mature to go into the RC stage in June, or GA in October - we should of course adjust the timeline accordingly,​ and not push out a half-baked release. ​ However, the goal would be to stick as much as possible to the deadline of new going-into-7.0 RFCs, and strive to follow the timelines for the 2nd and 3rd milestones as much as possible, to ensure an October 2015 release of PHP 7.0.+It's worth noting that the 3rd and 4th milestones will be quality dependent. ​ If we have evidence that suggests that PHP 7 isn't sufficiently mature to go into the RC stage in June, or GA in October - we should of course adjust the timeline accordingly,​ and not push out a half-baked release. ​ However, the goal would be to stick as much as possible to the deadline of new going-into-7.0 RFCs, and strive to follow the timelines for the 2nd and 3rd milestones as much as possible, to ensure an October 2015 release of PHP 7.0.
  
 ===== Proposed Voting Choices ===== ===== Proposed Voting Choices =====
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 As this is not a language-changing RFC, a simple majority of 50%+1 is required to approve this RFC. As this is not a language-changing RFC, a simple majority of 50%+1 is required to approve this RFC.
  
 +===== Vote ======
 +<doodle title="​php7timeline"​ auth="​zeev"​ voteType="​single"​ closed="​true">​
 +   * Yes
 +   * No
 +</​doodle>​
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