Thank you, we will triage at the beginning of the call today and schedule those as well after P2966. If there are other papers especially SG19/14 wishing CPPCON review exposure, please email back on this chain. Thank you.

Here is the usual telecon link for today's call. Note the time zone of the call.

Michael Wong is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

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On Mon, Oct 2, 2023 at 12:13 PM Arthur O'Dwyer <> wrote:
On Mon, Oct 2, 2023 at 11:56 AM Michael Wong via SG14 <> wrote:
Hi all, I will be holding a live F2F at CPPCON 2023 this Wednesday  2023 13:00 - 16:30 MDT
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Official ISO C++ WG21 SG meeting of low latency/embedded/games/finance and Machine LearningMichael Wong

As usual, I will also enable call-in and use this to replace our October monthly call (especially since I missed the September SG19 call). So we would like to use this chance to schedule talks during this 3.5-hour session.

We already have one paper on the docket:
1.SG14: P2966R0 Making C++ Better for Game Developers: Progress Report

I am soliciting other additional papers for review, including SG19 papers, especially Graph (that was originally scheduled on Sept 14,  as well as Stats or Matrix. 
Please reply to this email if you are interested in adding your paper, even for a remote presentation. Thank you.

This certainly should not take priority over anything at all, but if you're desperately in need of content ;) then
could use some more eyeballs before Kona. Particularly from people who have used third-party and/or sg14::flat_set in production; particularly regarding these sections:
§11 Add flat_set::keys()
§12.1 Stable sorting in insert
§14 Non-explicit constructor from two containers
(In Kona I hope that §8–14 will be seen for the first time by LEWG, and §1–7 will be re-seen by LWG.)