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Re: [isocpp-wg14/wg21-liaison] WG14 Wiki Links, how to access (some of them)

From: Harald Achitz <harald_at_[hidden]>
Date: Mon, 27 May 2024 20:56:15 +0200
Hej Keld

Yes, the Swedish JTC1/SC22 mirror exists, and we pay to SIS

The mirror is called TK611/AG09 at SIS, see
the AG09 field there

I initiated it during the corona time, when meetup activity was paused
and I had time,
also talked about it at our meetup,

We have quite a few members in the C++ expert group, some in the C and
one or two in SC22/WG23 from the automotive industry.

I am the convener of the local mirror, and self member in the local C++
and also C expert group
Even if I consider myself not that much an expert, but I see myself as a
representative of the users. So I am more observer and help others to do
work in our mirror.

If SIS has missed anything, what might be the case, because our contact
there is very nice and very helpful but sometimes confused about how
things are handled in the C and C++ world, please let me know.

I am registered at SIS with my company mail, harald at hands-development
dot se
and our sis contact is patric.ridell at sis do se

You can contact us with those mails, if that's a better place to
continue the discussion.

Thank you for your help!

Regards, Harald

On 2024-05-24 17:37, keld--- via Liaison wrote:
> On Tue, May 21, 2024 at 07:59:28AM -0400, Aaron Ballman via Liaison wrote:
>> On Mon, May 20, 2024 at 2:26???PM Harald Achitz via Liaison
>> <liaison_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> Some members of our local national mirror asked me about those two links on
> i am not aware that a national swedish mirror existed. are you official? do yoy pay to sis?
> i used to be the swediah representative in wg21, wg14 and posix austin group, as sweden was an o-member of sc22
> bur we stopped that membership as i was the only interested after europen.se dissolved and stopped being a member of sis/tk504.
> this was sis/tk504. my contact person is Jolanta.Wallstrom_at_[hidden]
>>> https://www.open-std.org/JTC1/SC22/WG14/
>>> New WG wiki (protected, only for members)
>>> WG internal information (protected, only for members)
>>> The first one, New WG wiki, https://www.open-std.org/twiki/bin/view/WG14 , gives a Not Found
> where did you get this address from, it is not official.
> yes it is not updated and should be removed. i should remove it
> i still have some rights on https://www.open-std.org/JTC1/SC22/WG14/ - it is my site
>> Yes, I think this link can actually be removed from the committee
>> site; as best I can tell, there's no twiki available and hasn't been
>> one in ages.
>>> The second, WG Internal information, https://www.open-std.org/JTC1/SC22/WG14/prot/ , requires user and password.
>> Correct, you have to be a member of WG14 to view the contents of that
>> directory. FWIW, the directory doesn't contain anything of importance:
>> some older drafts of standards (better sources can be found on the
>> Projects page), pictures from some past committee meetings, older
>> standards used as reference materials for older C standards, and many
>> broken links.
>> ~Aaron
>>> I am not sure how WG14 works, but as convener of the local SC22 mirror I am motivated to help to answer those questions, and I thought someone here, in the liason group, might be able to help me providing the information.
>>> So if anyone knows how that works or whom to ask, please let me know so I can forward the info.
>>> Thank you!
>>> Regards, Harald
> it seems like sis has not done its proper work...
> we can help bringing it in order
> keld
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