Forth 200x

Online Resources
RfDs/CfVs, mailing list home page
Drafts in PDF and source form (CVS access to source may come in the future if there is enough demand).
2024i Online Draft Minutes (as .md)
2023 Rome, Italy Agenda Draft Minutes (as .md)
2023i Online Agenda Minutes (as .md)
2022 Online Agenda Notes (as .md)
2022i Online Agenda Notes (as .md)
2021 Online Agenda Minutes Notes (as .md)
2020 Online Minutes Notes (as .md)
2019 Hamburg, Germany Agenda AE Notes (as .md) SFP notes
2018 Edinburgh, Scotland Minutes
2017 Bad Vöslau, Austria Agenda Minutes (as .md) Notes
2016 Insel Reichenau, Germany Agenda Minutes Notes
2015 Bath, England Agenda Minutes Notes
2014 Palma de Mallorca, Spain Agenda Minutes Notes
2013 Hamburg, Germany Agenda Minutes Notes
2012 Oxford, England Agenda Minutes Notes
2011 Vienna, Austria Agenda Minutes Notes
2010 Essen, Germany Agenda Minutes Notes
2010 Warnemünde, Germany Notes (non-voting)
2009 Exeter, England Agenda Minutes Notes
2008 Vienna, Austria Agenda Minutes Report Action List
2007 Schloss Dagstuhl, Germany Agenda Minutes Report
2006 Cambridge, England Agenda Minutes Report
2005 Santander, Spain Minutes Report Announcement

Next meeting

The next standards meeting will be held on immediatly before the next EuroForth conference. Please go to the EuroForth page for further information.

The short story

A new standards process (Forth 200x) for updating the '94 standard is underway. It will produce a formal standards document; proposals for changes to the '94 standard should run through the RfD/CfV process before being discussed at the standards meeting. There is now a mailing list for RfDs/CfVs and other issues related to the Forth 200x effort. It has not been decided whether an official standards body (like ISO) will be involved.

The long story

At EuroForth 2004 we had a workshop Forth 2005 about an update of the Forth standard. There's a picture of the blackboard (1.3MB) that summarizes the main points. The participants decided to take some votes, so you see some vote results. Here's the decoded (and more bandwidth-friendly) form:
Anton Ertl