This does not yet support non-blocking `await`, but the factoring is
designed to enable it to be put in place. For now, only Promise has
been updated to support `await` under the new factoring, and only a
single result may be `await`ed.
Now, if we do an `await` in code being run in the thread pool, and the
awaited value(s) are not yet available, we take a continuation. This
frees up the thread to process more work from the thread pool. When
all of the awaited results are available, or the production of one of
them produces an exception, then the resumption of the continuation
will be scheduled in the thread pool.
This behavior will only happen if you say `use v6.d.PREVIEW`.