[Mpi-forum] Preparing draft standard
Graham, Richard L.
rlgraham at ornl.gov
Fri Nov 5 12:34:51 CDT 2010
Funny that you should ask - I just talked to one of my post-docs about this last week. Aside from writing a paper about a specific proposal last year, nothing has been done yet. We are working on a few other items at this stage, but I do want to take this to the forum, and have not forgotten about it. I have 3 more folks working on communication stuff right now, so hope to get to this next spring. 3.0 is not scheduled until the end of next year, and it is pretty clear that there are items that we want in the standard that will not be ready by then - so still intended to follow up on what we talked about 2+ years ago.
On 11/3/10 6:36 AM, "Miron Livny" <miron at cs.wisc.edu> wrote:
What ever happened to the ideas we discussed a long time ago? Did any of
this make it into the new standard?
On 11/2/2010 10:35 AM, Graham, Richard L. wrote:
> Just to clarify what has caused some confusion to people. I am attaching a copy of the document that Bill presented at the last meeting, which generally describes the process we are trying to follow. The trunk is what we release, and the only content that can go into that is what the forum has agreed to - with the exception that the front matter has not been updated at our last meeting, and needs to be update before we put out a public release. This is being done now so that we can get the draft standard out before SC that includes the nonblocking collectives. We will revisit this section in the forum.
> We will talk about this again at the next meeting, and hope this time around things will be clear to all.
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