It has been suggested that a wrapped version of the Cairo 2d graphics library (http://cairographics.org/) might be up for inclusion in ISO C++.
I'm undecided on how to feel about this. On one hand, I like the Cairo API, it's really good at what it does. I also think that one of the biggest issues with C++ is that the standard library doesn't have as much stuff as some other languages libraries do.
On the other hand, some part of me feels that providing 2d graphics is outside of what I always considered the scope of ISO C++.
So, not sure what to think. What do you think? Good? Bad? Doesn't matter?