contains the code I'll be using to illustrate our discussion about the risk of relaxing ocap rules to admit fluid scoping into an ocap language with Communicating Event Loop (CEL) concurrency. This abstract question applies equally to all ocap+CEL languages, including E, Waterken, Midori, and Endo -- our use of Hardened JS as a CEL language.
For friam, I will use the same code, but explain it assuming less knowledge of JS, and pose the motivating question in a way not specific to JS. Justin Ridgewell (cc'ed), one of the champions of the proposal, may be able to join us, as he did for the discussion at the link above.
Last week, I had proposed doing this presentation tomorrow. But I saw the announcement from Alan that sounds like it may be a conflict. Also, this notice is last minute, for which I apologize.
Alan, is this a conflict? Should I reschedule for a future friam?