This is an unofficial snapshot of the ISO/IEC JTC1 SC22 WG21 Core Issues List revision 110c. See http://www.open-std.org/jtc1/sc22/wg21/ for the official list.
[Resolved by paper P2002R1, adopted at the February, 2020 meeting.]
According to 11.10.1 [class.compare.default] paragraph 2,
If the class definition does not explicitly declare an == operator function, but declares a defaulted three-way comparison operator function, an == operator function is declared implicitly with the same access as the three-way comparison operator function. The implicitly-declared == operator for a class X is an inline member and is defined as defaulted in the definition of X. If the three-way comparison operator function is declared as a non-static const member, the implicitly-declared == operator function is a member of the formbool X::operator==(const X&) const;
Otherwise, the implicitly-declared == operator function is of the formfriend bool operator==(const X&, const X&);
Paragraph 1 of the section does not preclude declaring both a member and a friend operator<=>, and it is not clear how the operator== should be declared in that case.