The proposal is to replace the current transmission encryption of CFEngine with the standard TLS protocol. I'm told that this transition will be transparent and that CFEngine will fall back to the old protocol automatically if required.
OpenLDAP's Lightning Memory-Mapped Database will replace TokyoCabinet. TokyoCabinet was disappointing in its reliability. A better DB will be welcome.
If you use CSV files with CFEngine, like Evolve's own free promise library, you know that large CSV files can be cumbersome. Data represented in JSON format will be easier to manage.
There's a proposal to allow include type statements in CFEngine policy files. This will allow more dynamic policies.
It's too early for me to say when or if we'll see these features in real life. If they interest you and you have an opinion about them now is the time to voice it.