[Mpi-forum] [EXTERNAL] Re: Dates for March Meeting

Barrett, Brian W bwbarre at sandia.gov
Tue Dec 3 09:44:21 CST 2013

I'm undecided which one I'll attend, but Sandia will have a representative
at the March meeting.  I'm not sure it's worth the pain of moving the
Forum meeting at this point.


On 12/2/13 6:37 PM, "Jeff Hammond" <jeff.science at gmail.com> wrote:

>Jim and I are on the OpenSHMEM agenda. Probably Barrett is going, too.
>That's a significant portion of the RMA WG.
>Given the OpenSHMEM workshop has already been rescheduled once, I really
>doubt they can move, nor would they care to for our sake.
>Sent from my iPhone
>> On Dec 2, 2013, at 5:55 PM, "Schulz, Martin" <schulzm at llnl.gov> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> The dates for our meeting in March had been set after the September
>>meeting to March 3-6 and we declared those as final a few weeks after
>> However, Rich sent me email today pointing out the following conflict:
>>> Martin,
>>> It turns out that the March MPI Forum meeting end up right on top of
>>>the OpenSHMEM workshop, on the other side of the country.  I expect
>>>this conflict will impact those in the RMA working group.  Do you want
>>>to look into possibly moving the Forum forward or back by a week ?  I
>>>am guessing it is easier for us to move than for the OpenSHMEM meeting,
>>>given the numbers of people involved.
>>> Rich
>> Moving it a week later doesn't work (due to some already scheduled DOE
>>meetings), but a week earlier could work. We did, however, already fix
>>the March dates so people may have already tickets. Could you please let
>>me know if this is the case for any of you? Also, for the RMA group -
>>how much of a conflict is this and will this reduce attendance
>> In general, I am hesitant to switch meeting dates after they have been
>>fixed, but if it is advantageous for the meeting and no one would be
>>negatively impacted (and we would need pretty much unanimous consensus),
>>we can take this into considerations.
>> Comments?
>> Thanks!
>> Martin
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