LLVM Weekly - #463, November 14th 2022

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News and articles from around the web

The call for proposals for the FOSDEM 2023 LLVM dev room is now out.

Herb Sutter wrote a trip report from the Autumn ISO C++ standard meeting.

As has been covered extensively on HN, Reddit, Phoronix, and others, Rui Ueyama is seeking a sustainable funding model for the mold linker and as part of that is weighing up a license change from AGPL to source-available. Mold of course isn’t part of the LLVM project, though Rui has been laser-focused on linker performanced since his work on lld.

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