[Mpi-forum] anonymous SVN of MPI standard LaTeX?

Jeff Squyres jsquyres at cisco.com
Wed Jun 27 09:26:14 CDT 2012

Thanks for following up on this, Jeff.

The Forum has decided not to make the SVN publicly available because it doesn't want half-baked, incomplete versions of the standard floating around the internet (we've had this discussion many times and this has always been the answer; let's not re-open this particular discussion right now).  

I'll send you the generic read-only credentials and SVN URL off-list.

On Jun 27, 2012, at 9:13 AM, Jeff Hammond wrote:

> I would like to write a proposal to the MPI Forum myself instead of
> wasting everyone's time by ranting on this list or by pestering Pavan
> or Torsten to write something that encapsulates my ideas.
> I have a Trac account but cannot find the MPI standard LaTeX source in
> the section marked "Browse Source".  I know that some people are about
> to get LaTeX, and that this seems to be the way that all successful
> proposals are generated, so can everyone - not just me - get access
> via anonymous SVN?
> If I've just failed to find the link to anonymous SVN of the MPI
> standard, can you remind me?  I think that many others would be
> interested as well, since it doesn't appear that this info is readily
> available on the various MPI Forum websites.
> It really doesn't work to require me to copy and paste from the PDF
> since the few times that I've done that the formatting is all sorts of
> screwed up and it takes a good bit of time just to make it readable
> text.  If I were to make a proposal involving more than a few
> sentences, starting from the PDF would be a deal-breaker.
> Thanks,
> Jeff
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