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As I have observed, we have all had a productive year in implementing
and thinking about Common Lisp. The various subcommittees have been
busily considering issues of interest to the Common Lisp community.

It has been nearly a year since the Monterey meeting, and DARPA feels that
it is time for a second meeting. At this meeting, I think it
is possible to settle matters in the following areas:


I think we can make great headway in these areas:
	Object Oriented Programming
	Error Handling

I think concerns can be aired in the remaining areas.

After some thought, it seems that the East Coast in late October
or mid-November is a good time. Comments as to exact dates and
a location would be appreciated.