I need (and want to) to submit an update for fortran-lang for J3, see the item 1.2.7 in https://j3-fortran.org/doc/year/22/agenda226.txt. It’s for the time frame October 27, 2021 (last J3 meeting) till February 28, 2022 (today).
Can you please post here updates that we should mention? Everything that relates to Fortran-lang, its projects, LFortran and I think we can also include other related Fortran efforts that are not represented at the J3 committee, such as GFortran.
Some things to mention:
- fpm updates (@awvwgk ?)
- stdlib updates (@milancurcic ?)
- LFortran updates (@czgdp1807 ?)
- GFortran updates (@kargl; do we have some other current or former GFortran developers on this forum?)
- fortran-lang updates (@lkedward ?); some things I am aware of:
- we applied for GSoC
- web page translations
- fftpack, minpack under fortran-lang now
- anything else?
I plan to submit the document in about 6h from now.
Tight schedule. Let’s see what we can collect.
I haven’t search for external projects relying on fpm for while. Especially interesting would be Fortran courses adopting fpm in their teaching material. Maybe somebody here has created or ported a lecture recently to use fpm?
I don’t know of any larger project using stdlib, unfortunately.
Thanks @awvwgk! I can postpone uploading the document if needed, but I will give my update to the J3 committee later today. So given that, I figured I might as well submit what we can collect until then. It doesn’t have to be perfect, it’s just a nice opportunity for outreach to keep people updated who read the minutes.
Under Fortran-lang, I suggest mentioning the CiSE article that has been revised and submitted.
Thanks @milancurcic and @awvwgk for your help. I added you as co-authors, summarized the items above and uploaded as https://j3-fortran.org/doc/year/22/22-141.txt. (And made the mistake again about how to format multiple authors, so only Milan’s last name shows at J3 Fortran - Documents for meeting 226, but that’s all right.)