This git repo contains the collective notes on the design of the Weld programming language. When such a time arrives it will also be the source of the gh-pages branch for the Weld project website. Please note that this is a living document. Very large portions of it are either unwritten or only outlined, and many written portions are only drafts.
##What is Weld?
The scope of this project does not include best-practices within the language or framework applications.
##How You Can Contribute
There are many aspects to the definition of a programming language, from formal syntax to runtime behavior to the contents of the standard toolkit. Many of these things haven't even been considered yet. Got an idea for a feature, or is there something about the language that you think needs more addressing? Open an issue on the project which clearly states your concept or your concern. Please keep this feedback constructive, you serve no one's interest by debating elements which are already established behaviors of the language.
But it doesn't stop there, discussion leads to definition, and that requires writers. Pull requests of clearer language definitions are always welcome.