AFAICT the next SG14 meeting is due tomorrow with a focus on games, as it is the second wednesday of the month, and it was finance last time.

I am certain that Michael will send out an agenda by then, and I assume that the zoom link is still valid.
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When it comes to the agenda, I guess it will be focused on Patrices "Make C++ better for game developers" paper, as that seems to have gotten some updates at the latest standardization meeting.

If there are any other papers that are up for discussion, I'm sure people will answer with what papers that might be (linear algebra coming along nicely?)

The next meeting would then be Embedded and I would be interested in knowing if people think a module std.freestanding is worth pursuing.
In that context I'd like to get some feedback perhaps already for the upcoming meeting, if people have started using modules, and if so if it has brought the promised expectations or if you are holding back if you see any relevance in modules.

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