Doc No: SC22/WG21/N1714 J16/04-0154 Date: October 17, 2004 Project: JTC1.22.32 Reply to: Robert Klarer IBM Canada, Ltd. email@example.com
|Gabriel Dos Reis||France||Yes|
The LWG intends to vote out the library TR as a draft soon. The document that will be voted out will appear in the post-meeting mailing. The vote will have to be conducted by letter ballot, or at the next meeting.
Austern indicated concern that there are new proposals for library extensions, but no time to discuss them at this meeting. We will have to have evening technical sessions to discuss them at all. These proposals are not intended for inclusion in TR1, but possibly TR2.
Becker suggested that, if the committee is scheduling evening sessions to do this work, that indicates that more meeting time is required, not more evening sessions.
Glassborow asked whether there should be more library working groups.
The SC22 plenary meeting took place last month in Jeju City, South Korea, outside Seoul. John Benito represented WG21.
Two working groups were disbanded: WG15 (POSIX), and WG20 (Internationalization).
The NWIP for TR2 has passed. Sutter encouraged Austern to direct as many library proposals as possible to TR2, not a future revision of the C++ standard.
Austern reported that Hash Tables, Policy-Based Smart Pointer frameworks, and possibly Threads are topics for discussion in library technical sessions.
Stroustrup indicated that the EWG needs an evening session session on directions.
Sutter suggested a technical session for Stroustrup on Wednesday evening, starting at 7:30pm, and a technical session on Monday evening for discussion of hash tables, smart pointers, and threading, starting at 7:30pm. Austern will chair discussion of hash tables and smart pointers until no later than 9:00pm. Then Glassborow will chair discussion of threading.
April 10-15, 2004: Lillehammer, Norway.
October 2-7, 2005: Mont Tremblant, QC, Canada. WG21/J16, WG14/J11, and the SC22 plenary will meet consecutively at this location.