From: Don G (dongryphon_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-03-24 09:38:32
Hi Rob & All,
My 2 cents: "Boost Candidate.Library" seems awkward. As David
suggested, a precise English description in email (using "proposed",
"candidate" or whatever) should be adequate. All docs and code should
look as it will if accepted, with a possible disclaimer on the front
page of the docs and/or comments in the main header.
Not (entirely) serious: As we are all C++ folks, we could use more
compact syntax. Say, "--Boost.Library" or "?Boost.Library?" or maybe
even "!Boost.Library" to convey the desired semantics. :)
--- Rob Stewart <stewart_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> If your laissez faire approach is acceptable to folks, then I
> agree. If something a little more formal is desirable, then
> something else is needed. I'd like to see some consensus from
> folks on the list.
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