[Mpi-forum] anonymous SVN of MPI standard LaTeX?
jhammond at alcf.anl.gov
Wed Jun 27 10:00:03 CDT 2012
Indeed, I understand the potential risks associated with a public
repo. Perhaps the website could merely state that read-only access is
available upon request. That would allow them to be screened, but it
would make it clear that the Forum is open to enabling new proposals
from people outside of the inner circle.
On Wed, Jun 27, 2012 at 9:26 AM, Jeff Squyres <jsquyres at cisco.com> wrote:
> 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.
>> Jeff Hammond
>> Argonne Leadership Computing Facility
>> University of Chicago Computation Institute
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