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- Subject: foreign function
- From: Thom Linden <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 13 Dec 88 12:54:23 PST
Even though the bulk of participants in x3j13 are moving into the
"editorial" phase of the process, I see no reason why a new
subcommittee shouldn't be formed. It's probably unlikely that
anything would make it into the first release of the std but
it is reasonable for folks to begin work on next release items as with,
for example, some of the iteration committee activity. Another
example might be vol3 of CLOS. We shouldn't be pressed prematurely
into incorporating everything into the 1989 draft.
At the Jan meeting, someone should suggest this subcommittee be
formed and simply begin the discussion with those of similar interest.