[Mpi-forum] September MPI Forum / Agenda and Reminder to Register

Schulz Martin schulzm at llnl.gov
Tue Sep 2 03:59:32 CDT 2014

Hi Rolf, all,

I have updated the agenda with all tickets to be read and voted on - I
only got Rolf’s request below, please let me know asap in case I missed
something (plus I moved the first votes from last time up to the second
vote stage). With that, the agenda should be complete.

Rolf: all the tickets are on the agenda. There are a few, though, as you
also noted, that are ticket 0 changes - I grouped them separately with the
intent that we don’t vote on them (but if we decide otherwise, they count
as announced). I know we are a bit sparse in the chapter committees right
now, but we need to fix this anyway to make MPI 3.1 happen. I am planning
on pinging people separately about this in the next days - if they are any
volunteers right away, please let me know.



Martin Schulz, schulzm at llnl.gov, http://scalability.llnl.gov/
CASC @ Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, USA

On 8/28/14, 8:30 AM, "Rolf Rabenseifner" <rabenseifner at hlrs.de> wrote:

>Dear Martin,
>please add the following errata tickets to the agenda :
>#456 MPI 3.0 Errata: MPI RMA synchronization for MPI shared memory
>   This is a large ticket that needs discussion
>   first in the RMA-WG, second in the plenary, and
>   hopefully some voting (corrctions and final)
>Small Fortran corrections are:
>#433 MPI 3.0 Errata: MPI_WIN_ATTACH must only be for simply contiguous
>#440 Fortran cross-reference correction (ticket 0 / errata)
>#441 Missing text for Fortran MPI_SUBARRAYS_SUPPORTED equals .FALSE.
>#442 Fortran "vector subscipts" and MPI_BOTTOM (ticket 0 / errata)
>#443 Fortran MPI_BOTTOM not for initialization or assignment (ticket 0 /
>#444 Fortran and Persistent Requests (ticket 0 / errata)
>#445 Fortran and Permament Data Movement: "All" nonblocking (ticket 0 /
>#446 Fortran cross-reference update (ticket-0/errata)
>Fortran and absolute address text corrections:
>#431 MPI 3.0 Errata: MPI Address Errata
>Errata and ticket-0 additions to tickets #349, #402, #404
>       (current status of the triple 1st vote):
>#421 MPI_Aint addressing arithmetic (ticket-0 additions)
>Small errata corrections to Chap.2:
>#447 Chap.2 errata: Tools section is an exception: no Fortran interface
>#448 Chap.2 errata: Semantic term "matching" is missing
>#449 Chap.2 errata: Missing "in C" in wording about handle-comparison
>#450 Chap.2 errata: Outdated cross-reference to MPI-1
>#451 Chap.2 errata: Correcting description of nonblocking
>#452 Chap.2 errata: Wording correction about deprecated and removed
>#453 Chap.2 errata: Avoidance of mpi_ / pmpi_ in C due to Fortran reasons
>#455 Chap.2 errata: Removal of duplicated text on MPI_Aint and MPI_Offset
>The rest of this mail are only hints.
>I also expect that Jeff may want to update, discuss and vote:
>#428 Add more non-profile-able MPI routines
>I also expect that Kathryn may want to update, discuss and vote:
>#383 Consistency of tools information interface variable information
>#368 MPI_T Minor Errata
>I also expect that Bill may want to update, discuss and vote:
>#438 Interpretation of MPI_WIN_BASE for shared memory windows
>Other MPI-3.0 errata tickets that may or should be handled before MPI-3.1
>is finalized:
>#420 Bug in neighbourhood collective example
>     - due to missing chapter committee action,
>       it shoud be voted in
>The only MPI-3.0-errata ticket that may need to go MPI-4.0 is:
>#374 Comm_free/Type_free/Win_free: clarify attribute destructor semantics
>Tickets #428, #368, #368, #420 may need a milestone-change to "Kobe".
>Otherwise, they are invisible in the Kobe tickets list:
>Best regards
>----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Schulz Martin" <schulzm at llnl.gov>
>> To: "Main mailing list" <mpi-forum at lists.mpi-forum.org>
>> Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2014 9:53:01 AM
>> Subject: [Mpi-forum] September MPI Forum / Agenda and Reminder to
>> Hi all,
>> Based on the (sparse) feedback that I have gotten, I have assembled
>> an
>> initial agenda and uploaded it to the server. Please check the
>> agenda,
>> especially if you sent me a request, and double check that I didn¹t
>> miss
>> anything or anybody. If something is missing, please let me know
>> asap.
>> As usual, I tried to split working groups and plenary on separate
>> days,
>> with votes on day three. However, so far I have only received one WG
>> meeting request, which would make Monday relatively sparse. We could
>> move
>> parts of Tuesday to that day and probably finish on Tuesday evening.
>> Some
>> people have voiced interest in doing this. However, this would move
>> votes
>> onto the same day as the second half of the plenary and I would like
>> some
>> feedback on this (since the voting times are typically fixed to the
>> last
>> day). So the options are:
>> Monday WG time (with open, general WG time), Tuesday plenary,
>> Wednesday
>> votes
>> -or-
>> Monday WG and plenary time (errata), Tuesday plenary and votes,
>> Wednesday
>> off
>> Please let me know if you have a preference one way or the other. If
>> I
>> don¹t hear anything or if there are objections to moving the voting
>> block,
>> we¹ll leave things as is (first option).
>> Thanks!
>> Martin
>> PS: Please don¹t forget to register, if you haven¹t done so, by the
>> end of
>> August (just a few days left). We need an exact attendee list, so
>> people
>> can get access to Riken.
>> ________________________________________________________________________
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>> CASC @ Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, USA
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