“F# Core Engineering Activities” is a loose term for activities by the people who maintain and contribute to the repositories of The F# Software Foundation and dotnet/fsharp. Most work is coordinated via github issues. These people - both maintainers and contributors - work cooperatively with major industrial and community contributors to F# to facilitate open-source contributions to the F# core components.
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The aim is to maintain the excellent quality of the core F# implementation across these platforms, and to extend the set of tools available for F# across your favorite platforms.
Most discussion happens in other forums. Please use any of the following:
Propose or discuss an F# language feature - please check for duplicates first
F# Core Engineering Activities dates back to 2013. The FSSF board assigns permissions and conducts oversight of the activities through a board resolution in 2015. See our original Goals and Remit document.