Doc No: SC22/WG21/N1916 J16/05-0176 Date: 2005-10-02 Project: JTC1.22.32 Reply to: Robert Klarer IBM Canada, Ltd. email@example.com
Stephen Michell, speaking on behalf of Maurya Software and the Standards Council of Canada, discussed arrangements for this meeting.
|Gabriel Dos Reis||France||Yes|
|Nick Stoughton||(SC22 Liaison to Austin Group)|
Amendment 3, above is occasioned by a desire to be more consistent with the concept of the co-location of the WG21 and J16 meetings. Since the WG21 meeting is technically in session throughout the duration of the J16 meeting, it was decided that WG21 does not actually adjourn at the end of the Sunday session.
Furthermore, since WG21 does not adjourn at the end of the Sunday session, it stands to reason that all formal votes conducted for J16 should also be conducted for WG21. In the past, there has been some discussion as to whether WG21 votes should be conducted for such J16 agenda items as the approval of the minutes from the previous meeting, the approval of the agenda, and adjournment. From now on, these items will be subject to WG21 votes.Agenda adopted as amended by unanimous consent.
Nick Stoughton introduced himself to the committee and reviewed his roles as SC22 liaison to the Austin Group (for Posix) and the SC22 liaison to the FSG.
Sutter reported that a Technical Report on Language Vulnerabilities will be prepared in conjunction with MISRA, the Motor Industry Software Reliability Association. Sutter took an action item to request permission from JTC1 to appoint a liaison to MISRA, consisting of Goldthwaite, Meredith, and Vollmann, noting that the urgency of MISRA's schedule of work demands immediate action by WG21.
The next meeting will be located in Berlin during the week of April 1, 2006. Meeting information is already available on the committee website.
The following meeting will take place during the week of October 14, 2006, in Portland, OR. The meeting hosts are Intel and ANSI.
Plum is organizing TG5 Liaison meetings on the Friday afternoon immediately following each of these two meetings. Plum notes that WG21/J16 members can submit comments to TG5 through WG21 itself, or through their National Body. Those members that chose to submit a comment through their NB should ensure that that NB is represented at the TG5 Liaison in Portland.
No host has yet been determined for the spring 2007 meeting.
The fall 2007 may be co-located with SC22. The tentative location for this meeting is Kona, HI.