Anyone wish to add anything? Is the project dead and attic
bound, or is it not?

On Apr 15, 2013, at 11:06 AM, Stefan Teleman <> wrote:

> On Mon, Apr 15, 2013 at 9:35 AM, Jim Jagielski <> wrote:
>> Just a quick Email... the list has been pretty quiet
>> lately and just pinging to see who's still watching
>> and reading :)
> This project is obviously dead. There is no active development being
> done for C++2011, and no bug fixing for the existing C++2003
> implementation.
> Fixing bugs in the current C++2003 implementation  has proven
> impossible. And that's all I am going to say on that particular
> matter.
> Starting work now on the C++2011 implementation is much too late:
> there are already two open source production-quality implementations
> available: GNU and libc++/Clang. libc++ is already a full and complete
> implementation of C++2011. GNU will be complete in 2014. Both the GNU
> and the Clang implementations have been in the works for at least 4
> years.
> Yes, there's this mailing list with close to zero relevant activity.
> Very easy to monitor and read: there's nothing to monitor, or read.
> Sorry to be blunt and somewhat negative, but these are the fact as I see them.
> --
> Stefan Teleman
> KDE e.V.

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