It’s not meant to be a proposal but a suggestion to all that mess around the access modifiers that is currently going on. You can take the suggestion from here, if you like it, and write a proper proposal.
Formatted version: https://gist.github.com/DevAndArtist/ae33145aa71a6212981b54c307e7c1e6
Suggestion 1 Suggestion 2 Swift 3
public open open
closed public public public
final public closed final public
internal internal internal
final internal final internal final internal
private private fileprivate
final private final private final fileprivate
scoped scoped private
open is no more an exclusive access modifier, which shouldn’t exist in the first place, because of the mentioned exclusivity. That’s what attributes are meant for.
Allowing closed public protocols seems straightforward for Suggestion 1.
First suggestion aligns the closed attribute very well with final and its purpose becomes crystal clear.
scoped is a straw_hat_name from the on going discussions, you can replace it with something better.
fixed public is from Matthew’s discussion thread.
Personally I’d go with #1!
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