12 April 2020
Stephen Michell – Convenor WG 23
Bill Ash - Committee Manager SC 22
Clive Pygott – UK
Tullio Vardanega – Italy
Oliver Hunt – US
Jarrad Waterloo – US
Erhard Ploedereder – Liaison from Ada Europe
26 April 2020
10 May 2023
We will focus on doing the technical editing of the document, and hold in abayance other agenda items.
The main meeting schedule will be to progress documents in sub-WG meetings. Ada, C and SPARK are complete. A Java document has been finished but the Java community rejects it, without even reading it. We are investigating other Java interest groups. WG 23 currently works on C++, Python and Fortran.
Met biweekly in 2022.
Met biweekly in 2022.
Python work with interested parties, Met triweekly through 2022 and 2023.
DIS 24772-1 was submitted to ISO for DIS balloting, which happened from Jan 3 to March 25 2023. The document passed with 100% approval (16 of 16 P members voted yes. The document has many comments, which WG 23 must review. That is the purpose of this meeting.
Progress of Part 2 Ada – Ada is complete and awaiting the ballot for the Part 1, since ISO decisions will likely require significant editing.
Progress of Part 3 C – C is complete and awaiting the ballot for the Part 1, since ISO decisions will likely require significant editing.
Progress of Part 4 Python – Python is almost complete. Some discussions are still happening around the concurrency vulnerability write-ups (clauses 6.69 through 6.63 as Python implements three distinct concurrency models, and getting the guidance correct is challenging.
Progress of Fortran (Part 8) – We have completed creating content for clause 6 write-ups. Some minor editing is left, plus the completion of the top 10 recommendations for clause 5.2.
Progress of Part 6 SPARK – SPARK is complete and awaiting the ballot for the Part 1, since ISO decisions will likely require significant editing.
Progress of Part 10 C++ - work is ongoing.
Progress of Part 11, Java – The document has not been reviewed by the Java community.
N1274, the part 1 submitted for DIS with ISO editor comments
N1272, collated comments (including ISO editor's).
The goal is to decide on the acceptance of all submitted comments. If they result in technical changes, there will be an FDIS (up/down) ballot of 2 months duration.
Changes made in response to comments are included in the “observations of the secretariat” column of the collated comments document and recorded as N1289 and in the change-tracked document N1290 leading into Part 3 of the meeting.
In Part 3, held 10 May 2023, we reviewed the changes made to Part 1 to date and the ISO comment template to date.