[Mpi-forum] Reminder: Next Virtual MPI Forum Meeting: Wednesday 10am US Central Time
schulzm at in.tum.de
Thu Apr 2 09:43:05 CDT 2020
Just as a reminder and addendum to Wesley’s email, in particular if you had to drop off early yesterday or couldn’t make it:
As Wesley said, we went through issues 161-181 yesterday, which means we covered the classification and we assigned unassigned tickets; in cases where there was no volunteer or obvious victim, we assigned it to the chapter or working group chair matching the topic. In these cases, you should have gotten email through GitHub alerting you of that - please check.
Next week, we will first circle back to the assigned tickets 161-181 to see if a suggested change or wording is ready - especially for non ticket 0 or chapter committee changes - and discuss them. Hence, if you have a ticket assigned, please try to complete it by next Wednesday (they are typically very small items). After that, we will continue with 182++ for next assignments.
PS: As a reminder - we will continue with this process unless we get requests for other topics that need to be discussed in our virtual meetings as part of the MPI 4.0 finalization. If you have one of these items, please let Wesley and me know (preferably substantially ahead of the meeting time you would like to request). Thanks!
Prof. Dr. Martin Schulz, Chair of Computer Architecture and Parallel Systems
Department of Informatics, TU-Munich, Boltzmannstraße 3, D-85748 Garching
Member of the Board of Directors at the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ)
Email: schulzm at in.tum.de
> On 1. Apr 2020, at 21:52, Wesley Bland <work at wesbland.com> wrote:
> The slides I presented in today’s discussions are now posted on the website. You can find them here:
> https://github.com/mpi-forum/mpi-forum.github.io/tree/master/slides/2020/04 <https://github.com/mpi-forum/mpi-forum.github.io/tree/master/slides/2020/04>
> Links are also posted on the virtual meetings pages. As a reminder, we’re always looking for folks to pick up a few GitHub issues. We’ve already covered everything from #161 to #181 in the call today. Next week we’ll cover some more. Feel free to grab anything that’s already unassigned before #181 and present a short pull request next week to resolve it. If you don’t know what to do, but want to help, no problem! Just shoot me an email or Slack message and I’d be happy to help.
>> On Mar 30, 2020, at 6:28 AM, Martin Schulz via mpi-forum <mpi-forum at lists.mpi-forum.org <mailto:mpi-forum at lists.mpi-forum.org>> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Just as a reminder - we are starting the series of Virtual MPI Forum meetings again (see also my previous email to the forum). The next call is on Wednesday at 10am US Central time (as usual) and we’ll be discussing (among other things) how to modify our rules, so we can move forward during the Corona travel restrictions. Hence, it would be great if most of you could make it, so we get a complete picture of how everyone thinks about the ideas.
>> The login information is available via:
>> https://github.com/mpi-forum/mpi-standard/wiki/virtual-forum-meeting-information <https://github.com/mpi-forum/mpi-standard/wiki/virtual-forum-meeting-information>
>> The agenda is:
>> - Discussion on holding virtual meetings (with voting) and the necessary rule changes
>> - Wesley has prepared a presentation to show the options
>> - Discussion on structure and agenda for the June meeting if it is virtual
>> - We have a proposal on length, scope, timing and structure
>> - Check-in on Chapter Committee progress (see Bill’s latest email)
>> - This is a prerequisite before we can do any other changes or merges
>> - Please prioritize this and complete the reviews by Wednesday!
>> - Plan to move the smaller changes for MPI 4.0 forward
>> - Mainly based on the list of the 120+ issues Bill found
>> - Collection of topics for future virtual meetings
>> - Pre-readings, possible errata discussions
>> - Other WG discussion topics?
>> PS: To all chapter committee chairs and chapter committee members: if you haven’t done so, yet, please take a look at Bill’s email where he asked for input on several issues! It would be great if we could wrap this up by Wednesday. Thanks!
>> Prof. Dr. Martin Schulz, Chair of Computer Architecture and Parallel Systems
>> Department of Informatics, TU-Munich, Boltzmannstraße 3, D-85748 Garching
>> Member of the Board of Directors at the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ)
>> Email: schulzm at in.tum.de <mailto:schulzm at in.tum.de>
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