[cgl_discussion] FW: Open Standards & Certification conference

Howell, David P david.p.howell at intel.com
Mon Dec 22 10:18:09 PST 2003

Sorry for the late date, but I just got this.


Not sure if our CGL standardization/testing efforts would be interested
in this, sounded like 

there may be a fit, as well for future work we'd like to standardize.
I'm involved with this team

from the CGL 2.0 Robust Mutexes work, to get the RM functionality
standardized in POSIX.



Dave Howell



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	February 2-6, 2004
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	This conference will combine presentations of certification and
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