Welcome @raphael-proust! Didn’t you help me write this classic Mirage Lwt threads tutorial waaaay back in Cambridge? I’m looking forward to helping you with the planning to evolve Lwt towards multicore support.
And a huge thank you to @antron for his efforts with Lwt over the past few years. It’s a core library to many of us (MirageOS certainly wouldn’t exist without it), and Anton’s clear communications and signposting of breaking changes has gone so smoothly that we’ve barely noticed them. Certainly for me, it has been a learning experience to see how well he managed such evolution for a widely used project across the OCaml community.
His work goes beyond ‘just’ the core Lwt distribution: I’m excited about the prospect of making the libuv-based luv bindings the basis for Lwt IO, which will bring a number of portability benefits especially on Windows.