From: Chuck Messenger (chuckm_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-05-17 08:11:24
Vladimir Prus wrote:
> Chuck Messenger wrote:
>>Can anyone suggest where I should send info like this? I thought maybe
>>the Boost Wiki, but there doesn't seem to be much activity there.
> The fact that you can't recieve email notification when someone modifies a
> page of interest greatly reduces Wiki utility, IMO.
Yes -- change notification would make Boost Wiki alot more useful. But
I came around to thinking it might be quite useful as is.
>>Well, in any case, I created this Boost Wiki page with my notes:
> Some of your suggestion require pretty major changes in interfaces. I'm not
> sure Jeremy will be happy with making a version which cannot be used with BGL
But isn't the purpose of Boost to evolve libraries as candidates for
standardization? How can a library evolve if it can't be changed?
> In either case, it must be discussed with him (and probably you need to
> reach him personally, in case hi does not pay attention to the list).
> As a user, I agree to some of your suggest.
> As for patches like typename on gcc, just post them to list. If they are
> obvious, someone (like myself), can apply them immediately.
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