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Re: [SG13] Thursday's Telecon

From: Jens Maurer <Jens.Maurer_at_[hidden]>
Date: Wed, 19 Jun 2019 01:37:53 +0200
Then it seems plausible that just the second version will make it to the mailing,
and we should all forget about the first version.


On 19/06/2019 01.33, Timur Doumler wrote:
> I submitted the first version of the P paper to Hal via email, before the deadline, but he then told me (shortly after the deadline) to instead upload it to the new isocpp.org submission system.
> I then uploaded the second (and current) version of the P paper to that system. After the deadline. That last version is the one in the system now.
> So I see two options:
> a) we all forget the earlier version ever existed - it only ever existed as an email attachment anyway, or:
> b) please tell me exactly how to unravel all
> this in some other way?
> Cheers,
> Timur
>> On 19 Jun 2019, at 02:24, Jens Maurer <Jens.Maurer_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>>> On 19/06/2019 01.00, Timur Doumler via SG13 wrote:
>>> Wait, but "issued" means that it was published in the mailing? Because the only way you can publish P papers these days are in a mailing afaik.
>>> As long as the mailing is not out yet, everything you see is effectively a draft :)
>> Since we're already past the mailing deadline, there is no defined way to replace
>> the P paper you (hopefully) submitted to Hal for the mailing with an updated one.
>> In any case, distributing a paper as a P paper causes an expectation that this
>> sequence of bytes will also appear in the next mailing. The only time a P paper
>> should appear well before the next mailing deadline is when uploading a paper
>> approved by LWG or CWG, as appropriate, to the straw polls wiki page of a
>> meeting. (Papers on the straw polls page are auto-submitted for the post-
>> meeting mailing.)
>> In all other cases, please make it a D paper, which you can update as many
>> times as you wish. If you do make updates, you should submit the resulting
>> (multi-) updated paper for the next mailing as a P paper for the permanent
>> record.
>> Oh, and for the avoidance of doubt, Rx revision numbers should only increase
>> just after the P paper with the previous revision was submitted,
>> such that the ensuing D paper already has the next revision number, in
>> preparation for the eventual P submission.
>> In order to identify sub-revisions of D papers, consider updating the
>> date aggressively.
>> Instead of attaching to e-mail, consider uploading draft papers to the subgroup
>> wiki page for the next meeting.
>> Thanks,
>> Jens

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