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better coordination between nodejs and tc39 (javascript-standards-committee)

kai zhu
are any members of nodejs tsc [1] also members of tc39 [2]?  in recent tc39-notes [3] there are references to nodejs, but seemingly always in 3rd person.  since all major browser-vendors have representatives at tc39’s twice-a-month meetings (either in-person or video-conf), i think it would make sense for nodejs to have a representative as well (if it doesn’t already). 

[1] nodejs technical steering committee

[2] ecma tc39 (javascript-standards) committee

[3] tc39-discussion on creating a javascript standard-library aligned with nodejs



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Re: better coordination between nodejs and tc39 (javascript-standards-committee)

Gus Caplan
Hello Kai,

There are several members of TC39 who are also active with Node.js development, and proposals do move through TC39 that come from needs in Node.js, like the recent https://github.com/guybedford/proposal-dynamic-modules.

Moving forward, Node.js has started an initiative to work more with open standard groups, including TC39.

You can follow along here: https://github.com/nodejs/open-standards

-Gus


---- On Fri, 07 Sep 2018 20:38:48 -0500 kai zhu <[hidden email]> wrote ----

are any members of nodejs tsc [1] also members of tc39 [2]?  in recent tc39-notes [3] there are references to nodejs, but seemingly always in 3rd person.  since all major browser-vendors have representatives at tc39’s twice-a-month meetings (either in-person or video-conf), i think it would make sense for nodejs to have a representative as well (if it doesn’t already). 

[1] nodejs technical steering committee

[2] ecma tc39 (javascript-standards) committee

[3] tc39-discussion on creating a javascript standard-library aligned with nodejs


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Re: better coordination between nodejs and tc39 (javascript-standards-committee)

kai zhu

thx for the resource


On Sep 8, 2018 08:49, "Gus Caplan" <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello Kai,

There are several members of TC39 who are also active with Node.js development, and proposals do move through TC39 that come from needs in Node.js, like the recent https://github.com/guybedford/proposal-dynamic-modules.

Moving forward, Node.js has started an initiative to work more with open standard groups, including TC39.

You can follow along here: https://github.com/nodejs/open-standards

-Gus


---- On Fri, 07 Sep 2018 20:38:48 -0500 kai zhu <[hidden email]> wrote ----

are any members of nodejs tsc [1] also members of tc39 [2]?  in recent tc39-notes [3] there are references to nodejs, but seemingly always in 3rd person.  since all major browser-vendors have representatives at tc39’s twice-a-month meetings (either in-person or video-conf), i think it would make sense for nodejs to have a representative as well (if it doesn’t already). 

[1] nodejs technical steering committee

[2] ecma tc39 (javascript-standards) committee

[3] tc39-discussion on creating a javascript standard-library aligned with nodejs


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Re: better coordination between nodejs and tc39 (javascript-standards-committee)

kai zhu

thx for the resource


On Sep 8, 2018 08:49, "Gus Caplan" <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello Kai,

There are several members of TC39 who are also active with Node.js development, and proposals do move through TC39 that come from needs in Node.js, like the recent https://github.com/guybedford/proposal-dynamic-modules.

Moving forward, Node.js has started an initiative to work more with open standard groups, including TC39.

You can follow along here: https://github.com/nodejs/open-standards

-Gus


---- On Fri, 07 Sep 2018 20:38:48 -0500 kai zhu <[hidden email]> wrote ----

are any members of nodejs tsc [1] also members of tc39 [2]?  in recent tc39-notes [3] there are references to nodejs, but seemingly always in 3rd person.  since all major browser-vendors have representatives at tc39’s twice-a-month meetings (either in-person or video-conf), i think it would make sense for nodejs to have a representative as well (if it doesn’t already). 

[1] nodejs technical steering committee

[2] ecma tc39 (javascript-standards) committee

[3] tc39-discussion on creating a javascript standard-library aligned with nodejs


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