Am Do., 17. März 2022 um 17:03 Uhr schrieb Lassi Kortela <la...@lassi.io
> Thanks for producing a detailed writeup at such short notice. Once again
> I find myself nodding in agreement. It's hardly a surprise that you are
> the best person to chair this committee from my point of view :)
Thank you for your encouraging words; I hope I can live up to these
> I'm happy to submit to this group and no longer see the need to start a
> separate project. I will henceforth be an advocate of Foundations and
> will work within its confines on RnRS matters.
That's great news.
> I hope the Foundations will be carved out into a standalone document at
> the end, thereby giving us the vaunted RnRS Medium. But that's a detail
> that will work out one way or another.
The foundations will be complete in the sense that they won't depend
on the rest of the large language, for otherwise, they won't be
> Membership-wise it would be ideal to give the stage to implementers as
> much as possible. I'd like to start out helping in an informal capacity.
> If there's a shortage of formal members, I can apply formally as well.
> > I will set up a publicly visible mailing list
> Do you have a mailing list provider ready?
I have set up mailing lists on Google Groups now that Daphne can again
post to these lists. They will be announced shortly.
> > To enable modularity and to decrease the chance of conflicts,
> > Committee F will claim its own library space
> Perhaps the Cleanup committee should sort out library naming towards the
> end? Using committee-specific namespaces until then sounds like a good
In any case, committee F will work closely together with committee C
to detect pitfalls early and to make integration of the foundations
into the rest of the large language as smooth as possible while
maintaining the completeness (in the sense above) of the foundations.