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Submissions




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Each participant will be expected to develop a position paper describing a particular library or category of libraries that is lacking in the current C++ standard library and Boost. The participant should explain why the library or libraries would advance the state of C++ programming. Ideally, the paper should sketch the proposed library interface and concepts. This will be a unique opportunity to critique and review library proposals. Alternatively, a participant might describe the strengths and weaknesses of existing libraries and how they might be modified to fill the need.

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Form of Submissions




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Submissions should consist of a 3-10 page paper that gives at least the motivation for and an informal description of the proposal. This may be augmented by source or other documentation of the proposed libraries, if available. Preferred form of submission is a PDF file.

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Important Dates




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*Submission deadline for early registration: September 10, 2004
*Early Notification of selection: September 15, 2004
*OOPSLA early registration deadline: September 16, 2004
*OOPSLA conference: October 24-28, 2004
*Workshop Monday, October 25 8:30 to ~ 5 pm

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Contact



Contact committee oopsla2004@crystalclearsoftware.com

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Program Committee



Jeff Garland
Nicolai Josuttis
Kevlin Henney
Jeremy Siek

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Submissions

Each participant will be expected to develop a position paper describing a particular library or category of libraries that is lacking in the current C++ standard library and Boost. The participant should explain why the library or libraries would advance the state of C++ programming. Ideally, the paper should sketch the proposed library interface and concepts. This will be a unique opportunity to critique and review library proposals. Alternatively, a participant might describe the strengths and weaknesses of existing libraries and how they might be modified to fill the need.

Form of Submissions

Submissions should consist of a 3-10 page paper that gives at least the motivation for and an informal description of the proposal. This may be augmented by source or other documentation of the proposed libraries, if available. Preferred form of submission is a PDF file.

Important Dates

Contact

 Contact committee    oopsla2004@crystalclearsoftware.com

Program Committee

 Jeff Garland
 Nicolai Josuttis
 Kevlin Henney
 Jeremy Siek

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