On Thursday, 13 April 2017 at 17:43:14 UTC, Bill Baxter wrote:
I would probably call it gnublas or gplblas something to make it clear that
it's got that aspect to it.
It can't ever really be "the one true" blas lib for all D users with that

Re: merging with Mir GLAS, that seems very tricky without changing Mir
GLAS's license to GPL.

Yep. Mir GLAS license would be always BSL. It is possible to use Netlib's source codes. They are always up to date and can be used for BSL.

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