January 14

On Friday, 1 October 2021 at 23:53:46 UTC, max haughton wrote:

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On Friday, 1 October 2021 at 21:48:23 UTC, Konstantin wrote:

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On Friday, 1 October 2021 at 12:32:20 UTC, Mike Parker wrote:

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Attendees:

Andrei Alexandrescu
Walter Bright
Iain Buclaw
Ali Çehreli
Max Haughton
Martin Kinkelin
Mathias Lang
Razvan Nitu
Mike Parker

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Offtopic:
Are there any plans to publish the roadmap for the language and stdlib development on wiki or elsewhere?

Mike is editing it at the moment. It will probably go into the foundation Ddoc sources (Not a huge of the wiki since it's not tracked in git)

Hello, Max!
Are there any news or estimates about the roadmap?

January 14

On Friday, 14 January 2022 at 06:12:51 UTC, Konstantin wrote:

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Hello, Max!
Are there any news or estimates about the roadmap?

I posted a note about it in a meeting summary or a blog post (can't remember where) a few weeks ago. But the short of it: in the process of revising it, I realized it needs a complete rewrite. The document we ended up with isn't what we said we wanted.

The rewrite will be a high priority for me once I wrap up the DConf Online Q & A videos and get the DIP queue moving again. I'll need more input from other people, and the time that takes is never predictable, but I intend to get it published in the first quarter of this year.

And for the record, it's not a roadmap (assuming roadmap means a step-by-step plan for language evolution). It's broader than that. The intent is to outline Walter's and Atila's current focus, their longer-term goals, and areas where contributors can direct their efforts. It's a living document that will evolve as priorities change.

January 14

On Friday, 14 January 2022 at 07:14:25 UTC, Mike Parker wrote:

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On Friday, 14 January 2022 at 06:12:51 UTC, Konstantin wrote:

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Hello, Max!
Are there any news or estimates about the roadmap?

I posted a note about it in a meeting summary or a blog post (can't remember where) a few weeks ago. But the short of it: in the process of revising it, I realized it needs a complete rewrite. The document we ended up with isn't what we said we wanted.

The rewrite will be a high priority for me once I wrap up the DConf Online Q & A videos and get the DIP queue moving again. I'll need more input from other people, and the time that takes is never predictable, but I intend to get it published in the first quarter of this year.

And for the record, it's not a roadmap (assuming roadmap means a step-by-step plan for language evolution). It's broader than that. The intent is to outline Walter's and Atila's current focus, their longer-term goals, and areas where contributors can direct their efforts. It's a living document that will evolve as priorities change.
Thanks, Mike!
I will be waiting for news!

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