[swift-evolution] Update on the Swift Project Lead
wh1pch81n at gmail.com
Wed Jan 11 07:50:14 CST 2017
Thanks Chris! Thanks to yours work we got an improved objc and swift.
On Wed, Jan 11, 2017 at 4:33 AM Georgios Moschovitis via swift-evolution <
swift-evolution at swift.org> wrote:
> Good news for Chris and Ted, I guess, congrats guys :)
> I am wondering, what’s the future of Playgrounds, now that it’s main
> ‘driver’ left Apple?
> Playgrounds is definitely one early killer app for Swift, it would be a
> pity for the project to stagnate.
> PS: I am also wondering if Tesla will start using some Swift now ;-P
> > One thing that I don’t think is fully appreciated by the community: Ted
> has been one of the quiet but incredible masterminds behind Swift (and
> Clang, and the Clang Static Analyzer) for many years. His approach and
> modesty has led many to misunderstand the fact that he has actually been
> running the Swift team for quite some time (misattributing it to me).
> While I’m super happy to continue to participate in the ongoing evolution
> and design of Swift, I’m clearly outmatched by the members of the Apple
> Swift team, and by Ted’s leadership of the team. This is the time for me
> to graciously hand things over to folks who are far more qualified than
> me. Swift has an incredible future ahead of it, and I’m really thrilled to
> be small part of the force that helps guide its direction going forward.
> > -Chris
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