People working towards syntax improvements as well to C++ now, which they believe will pave the way for semantic improvements that break backwards compatibility with C++
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Important disclaimer: This isn't about 'just a pretty syntax,' it's about fixing semantics. The unambiguous alternative syntax is just a means to an end, a gateway that lets us access a new open space beyond it — and sure, if we build a gate, then the gate ought to look nice too, so we build it with good boards and paint it nice colors. But the gate is the doorway, the portal, not the goal... the real payoff is gaining access to that new open space in C++ that's free of backward source compatibility constraints where we can (finally) fix semantics — order-independence, great defaults, regular composable semantic meanings — as we see fit.