We have a plenary tomorrow (for me), November 9. It will  be the first virtual plenary I attend, and if I understand correctly it will also be the first virtual plenary session ever. We're all discovering the ways in which to do things today.

Expect "Colony v. now" to pass through LEWG at least once, followed by written discussions, and if all goes well, at some point reach LWG and land in a plenary after that. The fact that Jens has helped will be an asset here, being the master wordsmith that he is.


Le dim. 8 nov. 2020 à 15:41, Matthew Bentley via SG14 <sg14@lists.isocpp.org> a écrit :
Hi all,
have the current version of the proposal in for the next mailing (and uploaded to the SG14 github),
version v6.01 of the reference implementation has been released (plflib.org/colony.htm) which matches the existing proposal fully now.
The fully-functional reserve() has been well-received, with some people reporting they held off using it because of the lack of that feature. So I think that was a good call overall, even if there are some GCC9/10 compiler issues relating to performance.

Jens has gone through and given me another critique of tech spec of the prev version, which has been integrated. There's a few more questions which I've put in the current versions 'questions for the committee' section, so if anyone has the time to take a look at the github ver they're welcome to give feedback here.

Otherwise was just looking for some general clarification around the standardisation process in the age of Covid-19, Michael noted that face to face WG meetings are banned currently, but is standardisation still happening/progressing in the absence of the F2F meetings? And what form does that take? Kinda out of the loop here-
Thanks in advance,
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