I just posted my ISO C++ meeting trip report over on isocpp.org covering our meeting in Urbana-Champaign earlier this month.
The ISO C++ committee is shipping more work sooner via concurrent Technical Specifications, but it’s still fairly new to find ourselves doing so much work that the “new normal” is to issue an international ballot from every ISO C++ meeting. This time, we have four ballots coming out of this meeting — the first (of two) ballots for the Transactional Memory TS, the final ballots for the Library Fundamentals TS and the Parallelism TS, and a new work item for C++17 since this was the first meeting of the C++17 era.
Oh, and we had evening sessions. Did I mention evening sessions? Five nights’ worth.
Now, two weeks later, I’m almost caught up on sleep.
But what a blast. I’m looking forward to the next few smaller meetings over the winter, and the next full one in May.