[Mpi-forum] Deadline for next year's release
Bronis R. de Supinski
bronis at llnl.gov
Wed Sep 2 09:53:49 CDT 2009
> Note to everyone who is not in the Helsinki meeting: there was
> consensus that we want some kind of release in November 2010. The
> exact name of that release is still TBD (likely "3.0", but there's
> still some discussion about this), but the point is that WG's need to
> have text ready for 1st readings by the ***MARCH 2010*** Forum meeting
> in order to be included in the Nov 2010 release.
> This is not too far away.
No, it is not. It does not seem realistic to me. We
would clearly have the nonblocking collectives ready
but I don't think much else would be. I think we could
have a LITTLE of the tools stuff ready. From what I
have seen, I doubt other WGs will get beyond that...
> Consider this your fair warning. :-)
I think a "consensus" at a meeting with minimal attendance
is not much of a consensus. I don't personally have a stake
in this buut I think it does not make sense to rush to a
version 3.0 that does not make much of an advance.
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