LLVM Weekly - #418, January 3rd 2022

LLVM Weekly - #418, January 3rd 2022

LLVM Weekly - #418, January 3rd 2022

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Welcome to the four hundred and eighteenth issue of LLVM Weekly, a weekly
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Happy New Year and thank you for reading LLVM Weekly. Amazingly, it's now been
8 full years of LLVM Weekly issues (without missing a single one yet!).

Alex, thank you for doing this. 8 years is an amazing record. Your efforts provide so much benefit to the community, it's really hard to overstate. Thank you!

Hear Hear! +10!

If it wasn’t for your efforts, I would have missed so much of what goes on the list, other projects and interesting things that go on in the project.

I don’t know how you find the time, but I’m glad you do. :smiley:

Thank you!
–renato

I agree, I find LLVM Weekly to be super useful, thank you so much for driving this Alex!

-Chris

Chris, Philip, Renato - thank you for your kind words (and thanks to
those who have reached out privately). Positive feedback like this, as
well as the friendly and welcoming nature of the LLVM community in
general, is a big part of what keeps the motivation up for LLVM
Weekly.

Best,

Alex