Reminder: Registration deadline for spring ISO C++ meeting

Today on the committee reflector, the Bristol standards meeting host, Roger Orr, reminded us of the registration deadline.

This is also of interest to people who are not regular standards meeting. If you are in the Bristol area or otherwise interested in attending part of the standards meeting to see what's going on, you're welcome to attend -- see "How to Participate at Face-to--Face Meetings" on the Meetings and Participation page for more details.

Roger Orr writes:

Hello all, here is a reminder of booking details for the meeting.


Many of you have already booked for the Apr 15-20 (6-day) meeting of WG21 in Bristol, UK, and need read no further.

If you have not yet booked but are intending to come, please note that the room reservations at the hotel are time-limited. To ensure a room please book before the release date early in February.


  • The hotels will not claim the cost until the conference.
  • There is no time limit for registering for attendance if you are making other arrangements for accommodation.

The following link will take you to the WG21 tab of the ACCU booking site:

As mentioned in N3397the event is colocated with the ACCU conference (Apr 9-13).

You can book hotel accomodation at the time of registration: either in the conference hotel -- the Bristol City Centre  Marriott -- or the nearby Bristol Hotel (Cabot Circus) which is a little cheaper.


If you are only attending WG21 select registration type "WG21 conference only" in online registration.

If you are attending both the ACCU conference and the WG21 meeting you can book both at the same time (and therefore get continuous hotel room occupation) select registration type ACCU Member or ACCU Non-Member as appropriate.


The site also contains some tabs with information about Bristol, the hotels, and travel.

If you have any questions about Bristol please contact me (host), or Herb Sutter (convenor) as appropriate.


I look forward to seeing many of you in Bristol in April!



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