My blog post about this standards meeting is now live:
It can also be found on Planet Mozilla.


On Tue, Oct 22, 2019 at 5:13 PM Botond Ballo <> wrote:
> Hi everyone!
> The next meeting of the C++ Standards Committee (WG21) will be
> November 4-9 in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
> This meeting will be focused on bug fixing and stabilization for
> C++20, which has achieved feature-complete status at the last meeting.
> The C++20 draft contains a number of significant new features,
> including Concepts, Modules, Coroutines, Ranges, and default
> comparisons (Contracts has slipped to C++23), so undoubtedly there
> will integration and stabilization work to be done. In parallel, the
> Evolution groups will start looking at C++23 material. A proposal for
> the committee's high-level direction for C++23 can be found here [1];
> some significant items there include contracts, networking,
> reflection, and pattern matching. I'd also like to call particular
> attention to the web_view proposal that is the subject of another
> dev-platform thread [2].
> If you're curious about the state of C++ standardization, I encourage
> you to check out my blog posts where I summarize each meeting in
> detail (most recent one here [3]), and the list of proposals being
> considered by the committee (new ones since the last meeting can be
> found here [4] and here [5]).
> I will be attending this meeting, splitting my time between the
> Evolution Working Group Incubator (which I've been roped into chairing
> at this meeting), and the Evolution Working Group itself (on days when
> the Incubator isn't running), perhaps also visiting the Reflection
> Study Group if time permits. As always, if there's anything you'd like
> me to find out for you at the meeting, or any feedback you'd like me
> to communicate, please let me know!
> Finally, I encourage you to reach out to me if you're thinking of
> submitting a proposal to the committee. I'm always happy to help with
> formulating and, if necessary, presenting a proposal.
> Cheers,
> Botond
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