This is my first post on the forums and I apologize if I’m not following any standard post guidelines, but I was finally getting around to some WWDC 20 videos when I watched What’s new in Swift. One of the things that piqued my interest was the Swift Standard Library Preview Open Source project especially with conversations surrounding async await and Actors.
It appears that this repo only really had the initial release over a year ago, but I guess I was hoping it would have had multiple releases since then for the various Minor Swift releases over the past year.
The repo states that it is supportive of contributions, but it doesn’t appear very descriptive in how I could support it. It appears as though it’s meant to be a collection of multiple SE-xxxx changes that are themselves separate repos under the Apple organization (at least that’s how it works for the single example that’s there currently).
Is this repo still maintained? If not, is the expectation to download the version of the Swift tool chain that has the upcoming changes in it to test instead?