We've scheduled our language team design meetings for February. The current plans are as follows:
- February 3rd -- we will do an overview of specialization. We'll cover details from the RFC but in particular talk about the as-yet-unimplemented plans to make it sound.
- February 10th -- we will cover interactions between the
&Ttype and LLVM's dereferenceable attribute, such as rust-lang/rust#55005 and problems modeling MMIO.
- February 17th -- no meeting, it is President's Day in the US and many of us are absent
- February 24th -- we will summarize discussions from the ffi-unwind project group about whether we should permit foreign exceptions to propagate across the "C" ABI boundary, or establish a separate ABI (e.g., "C unwind") for such cases.
About the language team design meetings
The idea of the design meeting is that it's a time for us to have in-depth discussions on some particular topic. This might be a burning problem that we've discovered, an update on some existing design work, or a forward looking proposal.
The meetings are open for anyone to listen in and attend. They are typically also recorded and posted online, along with minutes, after the fact. They generally take place on Mondays at "noon Boston time" -- but for the precise scheduling you should check the lang team calendar. Scheduled meetings are subject to change and cancelation. In that case, the calendar events will be updated.