[J3] posts

Dan Nagle danlnagle at me.com
Thu Jan 23 11:48:22 EST 2020


As others have noted, we usually schedule things like this
on the fly.

I agree to get as much input as possible from Fortran programmers.

But, as Bill noted, our top priority *at this time* is to get 202x into shape
for presentation to WG5 in June.

Under the heading of "old business",
JoR will look at the Fortran annex to 24772; this is the work
for the joint meeting with WG23.  (I believe all JoR's features are complete
through edits.  That is not to say no further efforts will be consumed,
only that, given the feedback received so far, there are no known issues.)

> On Jan 21, 2020, at 20:15 , Vipul Parekh via J3 <j3 at mailman.j3-fortran.org> wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 7, 2020 at 12:52 PM Ondřej Čertík via J3
> <j3 at mailman.j3-fortran.org> wrote:
>> ..
>> Second, I would like to propose an addition to the agenda:
>> J3 GitHub proposals repository report        O. Certik
>> It would take about 5 min and an optional discussion (if there is interest, I can make it longer). It can be done on any day, Monday or Tuesday would both work.
>> Third, we will be submitting proposals for this meeting for the most popular ideas from the J3 GitHub repository, and we would like to get feedback from the committee on each of them. These will targeting 202y. I know that the main effort is to get 202x out, but I would like to propose if we can spend 5min of plenary time on each proposal. ..
> Dan,
> Will the agenda for meeting 221 next month reflect the two proposals
> by Ondřej, one to provide a report on the GitHub proposals repository
> and the other to submit papers toward Fortran 202Y based on the
> extensive feedback and vibrant exchange of ideas at the repository?
> The agenda as currently posted at the J3 website does not list either
> of these items.
> I think it will be extremely valuable for Fortran if J3 can listen to
> and collaborate with the online community at GitHub proposals
> repository both of which can be served by accommodating Ondřej's ideas
> toward the agenda.
> Thanks,
> Vipul Parekh


Dan Nagle

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