Doc No: SC22/WG21/N1790 J16/05-0050 Date: 2005-04-10 Project: JTC1.22.32 Reply to: Robert Klarer IBM Canada, Ltd. firstname.lastname@example.org
Simonsen, speaking on behalf of Standards Norway, discussed arrangements for this meeting.
ADSL service was provided by RAP. DKUUG provided a projector. Dinkumware, particularly Chris Walker provided the network and Wiki for the meeting.
|Gabriel Dos Reis||France||Yes|
|Francis Glassborow||(WG14 liaison)|
|Thorsten Ottosen||Denmark & UK||Yes (Denmark)|
Hinnant will assume the role of chair of the LWG from Austern.
Nelson asked whether Austern will remain Project Editor to TR1 and TR2. Sutter responded that he will check with Austern.
October 2-7, 2005: Mont Tremblant, QC, Canada. WG21/J16, WG14/J11, and the SC22 plenary will meet consecutively at this location.
Sutter reported that current plan is to begin Monday night and continue through Saturday. This raises the possibility of moving the C++ meeting back to a Sunday start. Sutter invited comment on this possibility.
Sutter will take an action item to update SD5.
Brown objected to the coincidence of the WG21 meeting with Rosh Hashannah. Sutter expressed regret about this, but noted that it's probably far too late to correct this serious problem, since the contract with the hotel has already been signed.
The Spring 2006 meeting will be held in Berlin. Possible dates are the weeks of March 19, March 26, and April 2. Final dates will be determined by the host.
The Fall 2006 meeting will be hosted by Intel in Portland, OR or Boston, MA. Sutter will take a straw poll to see who prefers Boston and who prefers Portland. OOPSLA is the week of October 22nd. WG21 will meet before or after OOPSLA, during the week of the 15th or the week of the 29th.
We'll break up for lunch each day at 11:55am and return from lunch at 1:00pm each day.