[Mpi-forum] MPI_Count ticket

William Gropp wgropp at illinois.edu
Fri Mar 4 16:41:07 CST 2011

Changes to the other chapters require at least the chapter author's  
review.  They should do whatever they need to do to ensure that the  
changes make sense (so that roughly means they should review the whole  

It would be good if they're done by the first reading.  If they find  
something that needs to be changed, other than something that meets  
everyone's definition of a trivial change, then you'd need to fix it  
and have a new first reading.


On Mar 4, 2011, at 1:05 PM, Jeff Squyres wrote:

> Forum --
> Sorry; I know we've discussed this a number of times, but they've  
> all gotten jumbled in my head and I don't remember what was decided.
> We are bringing the MPI_Count ticket to the Forum for a first  
> reading in Chicago.  Unfortunately, this ticket will span a bunch of  
> chapters (5 or 6, I think).
> Do we have to get the individual sections of text reviewed by each  
> chapter committee?  And are they expected to review the *whole*  
> ticket, and then double check/review it in the context of *their  
> specific chapter*?  (I ask because the text in one chapter doesn't  
> really make sense without the rest of the text in the ticket)
> If we do need reviews from each chapter committee, do they need to  
> be complete by the first reading?
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William Gropp
Deputy Director for Research
Institute for Advanced Computing Applications and Technologies
Paul and Cynthia Saylor Professor of Computer Science
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

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