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02:22:43  <jmdyck>Who are the 262 editors now? Or is that a secret until the October minutes are published? It's kind of weird to be getting reviews and comments from people without knowing which of them is an editor.
02:27:24  <ljharb>jmdyck: it's just me
02:27:38  <ljharb>jmdyck: the next meeting will confirm some potential candidates
02:27:42  <jmdyck>not even zenparsing now?
02:27:52  <ljharb>he stepped down prior to the last meeting
02:28:09  <ljharb>jmdyck: but either way i'd say, the only time "editor status" should matter is in settling a lack of consensus
02:28:32  <ljharb>and at this point anything in that category will probably be something i get agreement on from all the potential editors as well, to avoid future churn
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02:30:48  <jmdyck>yeah, well, there's some lack of consensus on the Lexical Environment / Environment Record stuff.
02:31:03  <ljharb>indeed
02:31:17  <ljharb>hopefully next week we can take some time to look at it
02:31:20  <ljharb>there's no rush :-)
02:31:28  <ljharb>(but thanks for being patient, i know they've been open awhile)
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02:33:32  <jmdyck>next week sounds fine.
02:34:45  <jmdyck>I'm not in a particular rush either, although resolving merge conflicts is a bit of a pain. (But I wrote a script to make it easier.)
02:35:49  <ljharb>fair
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02:45:17  <jmdyck>Personally, I think #1697 is a better solution than #1477. And with syg's objection to 1477, I'm not sure if I'd be happy if 1477 were accepted.
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03:43:44  <shu>jmdyck: thank you for your work on both. i am positive on 1697 (unlike awb)
03:45:55  <shu>jmdyck: my thinking is that outside of a few places where scoping has static semantics (like redeclaration checks), everything bindings related in ecma262 is done at runtime, and Environment is a fine name for the spec structure that implements bindings
03:46:30  <shu>(the sleight of hand, as with the rest of the spec, is of course that static lexical scoping is reconstructible, but it's not specced that way)
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