I would like to propose a tweak to the RFC process, specifically aimed at ‘minor’ RFCs.
An RFC’s shepherd may decide that an RFC PR is minor, and in that case call for a final comment period of 24 hours rather than the normal week. The 24 hours should be over a working day. As well as the usual options, members of the relevant sub-team can request that the FCP be extended to the normal length of time (either because they think the RFC is not minor or for whatever other reason).
What is ‘minor’
An RFC is minor if it is a bug-fix or clarification of a previously accepted RFC, or is an RFC which we would normally say shouldn’t have been an RFC in the first place but was left open for some reason (e.g., adding a single non-controversial method to a trait). If in doubt, we should regard an RFC as not minor. For example, I think RFC 1052 is minor.