Michael Cullum: A month of PHP FIG #1: October 2017
Michael Cullum has posted the October 2017 edition of what has been happening in the PHP-FIG group for the month over on Medium.com.
As part of the effort to communicate better what’s going on within the PHP FIG we’re starting a new series of ‘A month of PHP FIG’ articles to be released towards the end of each month, each being a 2 minute read or less.
Topics mentioned in this month's edition include:
- PSR-12 being formally re-introduced into the draft stage
- a start of the voting for the secretary elections for two secretary posts
- a discussion as to whether or not new PSRs should require PHP 7 or PHP 5 still
- an agreement that PSR-18 will not cater to async http client requests due to the lack of a Promise PSR standard
There were also several new PSR ideas proposed including ones for internationalization, cache tagging and deprecation handling. You can read the full post here