[Mpi-forum] Reminder: MPI Virtual Meeting THIS Wednesday Oct. 17.
mohror1 at llnl.gov
Mon Oct 29 12:41:09 CDT 2018
Has the time and date for this meeting been decided?
From: mpi-forum <mpi-forum-bounces at lists.mpi-forum.org> On Behalf Of Rolf Rabenseifner via mpi-forum
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Subject: Re: [Mpi-forum] Reminder: MPI Virtual Meeting THIS Wednesday Oct. 17.
For me, all date+time are okay.
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> Sent: Wednesday, October 24, 2018 6:24:28 PM
> Subject: Re: [Mpi-forum] Reminder: MPI Virtual Meeting THIS Wednesday Oct. 17.
> Dear Forum Members:
> We would like to schedule a meeting about "new language bindings" as
> an action item from our virtual last meeting (just ended).
> This covers this topic with sub-topics raised in the Virtual Meeting
> "MPI object that contains an entire language binding" ... which is due
> to Jeff Squyres :-)
> With these questions (among others to be answered)
> --- How to descrtibe this, such as with a normative header, from C,
> C++, Fortran
> --- How to guarantee that a given library (e.g., MPI-4) can also allow
> internal and layered components (e.g., MPI3) to work.
> [Imagine an MPI-3 based library receiving a communicator from an MPI-4
> main program in this way]
> --- How this approach can alleviate the need for the following
> a) _X Big MPI APIs, because the MPI.fn() [maybe MPI->fn() in C]
> provides the old and new APIs either through multiplicity of APIs, or
> through compile-time polymorphism
> b) Explanation of how this is strongly typed at compile time
> c) Explanation of how this works with PMPI and tools (or what changes
> it may
> d) DIscussion of how this could interact with
> --- eliminating MPI_COMM_WORLD and new MPI_Init() variants
> --- Sessions and Topological groups
> --- Subset APIs
> --- Fault Tolerance
> e) Timing of such a proposal once we agree to formalize it. Probably December.
> Right now, I am proposing 9am US Eastern on October 31, 2018
> (Halloween in the US and elsewhere), since some of you may find this to be a scary conversation.
> This is 2 hours before our next virtual meeting (11am Eastern on
> 10/31). Alt
> time: 10am Same day. Third alternative, November 2 @ 8am eastern.
> 9am Eastern, 10/31
> 10am Eastern, 10/31 (right before Virtual Meeting) 8am Eastern, 11/1 ,
> Of those of you who would actually attend, do these possible times work :-) .
> [Let me know -- if you can make and can't make, and I'll try to
> intersect the data.]
> If all time fails, I will do a formal doodle poll.
> On Wed, Oct 17, 2018 at 5:10 AM Martin Schulz via mpi-forum < [
> mailto:mpi-forum at lists.mpi-forum.org | mpi-forum at lists.mpi-forum.org ] > wrote:
> Hi all,
> Just as a reminder, today (i.e., THIS Wednesday) we will have our next
> virtual meeting in this quarter. The webex information can be reached
> [ https://www.mpi-forum.org/meetings/ |
> https://www.mpi-forum.org/meetings/ ]
> The topic will be “MPI_T Events” and Marc-Andre will lead the discussion.
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