LLVM Weekly - #338, June 22nd 2020

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Applications are open for the LLVM Foundation Board of Directors. They are due by 30th July and the new board will begin their term on 12th August. Additionally, the BoD will be having their first open board meeting on July 10th.

A virtual Austin area LLVM meetup is being planned for Jun 24th.

The first Workshop on LLVM Compilers and Tools for HPC is taking place on June 25th and 26th as a free virtual event.

SCRT have written up a blog post on using libTooling to transform source code to evade anti-virus detection.

The Fedora community are discussing a proposed policy change which would allow some packages to built using Clang/LLVM.

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