[Mpi3-ft] EuroMPI Paper - Call for Co-Authors
George R Carr Jr
George.Carr at noaa.gov
Fri Apr 15 14:53:46 CDT 2011
I don't think I'll likely contribute enough to be a co-author but I'm
happy to review.
>As mentioned on the teleconf, I am leading an effort to summarize
>the Run-Through Stabilization proposal and submit it to EuroMPI
>2011. The submission deadline is May 8, 2011. The focus of the paper
>will be on the interfaces and semantic modifications in the
>Run-Through Stabilization sub-proposal.
>The creation of the current proposals involved a number of people
>over the years (some of which have disassociated from the group). I
>would like to recognize the effort of the whole group, but
>understand that some folks would rather not be identified as a
>co-author. So I am taking an opt-in strategy to authorship.
>If you have contributed to the fault tolerance working group and
>wish to be a co-author on this paper, email me (directly, so as not
>to spam the list) and I will include you as a co-author on the
>paper. Even if you participated early on in the discussion and less
>so recently, that is fine.
>Once you email me, I will give you access to the paper repository
>and the private mailing list. I chose to create a separate, private
>mailing list so as not to contaminate the potential EuroMPI reviewer
>pool - something that can occur if we keep discussion on the public
>list. This is in no way a mechanism to exclude folks, just to
>protect the reviewer pool.
>So if you would like to be involved in the EuroMPI paper, send me an
>email (jjhursey -at- open -dash- mpi -dot- org) and I will send you
>back the necessary details. I am going to start writing on the paper
>early next week, so please let me know soon.
>Postdoctoral Research Associate
>Oak Ridge National Laboratory
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George R Carr Jr
U.S. Department of Commerce
Email: George.Carr at noaa.gov
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