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RE: GNU C LIbrary 2.21 freeze date -- January 9th.

>> On 01/07/2015 07:04 AM, Senkevich, Andrew wrote:
>> > what about to postpone freeze date?
>> > 
>> > Intel has signed new copyright agreement with FSF and currently lawyer from FSF is working on finalization. 
>> > As I know it must be ready very soon. Now it blocks libmvec patches series.
>> And now the question you should be expecting from me: How long do you need?
>> Please remember that glibc operates on time-boxed releases, with the 
>> goal being to make frequent stable releases for the distributions to consume.
>> Are all of the libmvec patches in a state that they would be ready to 
>> commit when the authorization from the FSF arrives?

> I was waiting for consensus on the ABI documentation before reviewing the final patches.  Have there been public 
> statements from GCC / LLVM / ICC maintainers agreeing that the proposed ABI documentation describes how they 
> intend to interpret the OpenMP pragmas on x86_64?  If not, you need to work on pushing things to consensus in those 
> communities.

Joseph, no such statements from maintainers were published now, but no objections also.

Carlos, I think 2.5 week from today will be enough. Is it ok?


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