The summary for the SG16 meeting held November 11th, 2020 is now available.  For those that attended, please review and suggest corrections:

No decisions were made at this meeting.

The next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, December 9th, from 19:30-21:00 UTC (timezone conversion).  The draft agenda is:

Discussion of P2093R3 at the last telecon focused on newline handling, use of C streams vs C++ streams, support for a default stream, and localization.  It was not clear to me that there is consensus within SG16 on any of these topics yet, so we will continue discussion of them.  Additional topics to focus on include transcoding features, terminal/console vs redirected stream awareness (particularly for encoding concerns), determination of the run-time encoding, interaction with other uses of C and C++ streams, and whether `std::print` is a text-only interface (whether it can be used to dump raw bytes).  For continued discussion of newline concerns, consider what `std::println("text\ntext")` should do (whether the explicit and implicit newlines are handled consistently).

No decisions are anticipated at this meeting, but direction polls may be taken.

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Tom.