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rfc:php7timeline [2014/10/14 07:51]
zeev Fix formatting of the milestones section
rfc:php7timeline [2017/09/22 13:28] (current)
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-====== PHP RFC: Your Title Here ====== +====== PHP RFC: PHP 7.0 timeline ​====== 
-  * Version: ​0.7 +  * Version: ​1.0 
-  * Date: 2014-10-14+  * 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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 | 3. **Release Candidate (RC) cycles** ​                     | Jun 16 - Oct 15 (3 months) | Subject to quality! | | 3. **Release Candidate (RC) cycles** ​                     | Jun 16 - Oct 15 (3 months) | Subject to quality! |
 | 4. **GA/​Release** ​                                        | Mid October 2015           | Subject to quality! | | 4. **GA/​Release** ​                                        | Mid October 2015           | Subject to quality! |
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 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. 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.
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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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