Agenda and minutes:

CA: The document describes a tag to indicate a group of positional arguments (e.g. X/Y/Z coordinates and boolean for yes/no normalization).
CB: 1+1 is a boundary case. Name “capture” is probably specific to their platform, but as first user they can name it. 1+1 depends on use. Procedure calls in many environments often have short arguments. Even in unconstrained, may be worth saving. Maybe have planning session of how many 1+1 we plan to have.
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range  used     %                 free                total
0 1+0    12 50.00                   12                   24
1 1+1    62 26.72                  170                  232
2 1+2    44  0.07                65236                65280
3 1+4     3  0.00           4294901757           4294901760
4 1+8     1  0.00 18446744069414584319 18446744069414584320

CBOR packed would bring 1+1 to 40%, but even then not at 50% after 10 years.

CA: Who has more 1+1 requests?
CB: Haskell group asking to differentiate different but syntactically identical structures. They’ll use it on the wire.

Notes: Marco Tiloca and others


[CB]: Carsten Bormann
[BL]: Barry Leiba
[FP]: Francesca Palombini
[IMD]: Ira McDonald
[MCR]: Michael Richardson
[CA]: Christian Amsüss
[MT]: Marco Tiloca
[PP]: Philip Prindeville
[ST]: Sean Turner