[Mpi3-hybridpm] External interfaces chapter updates
wgropp at illinois.edu
Sat Oct 30 15:54:18 CDT 2010
We don't need tickets for edits to the document - tickets were the
appropriate way to manage minor corrections to the document but don't
help the process of developing a new or greatly revised chapter. The
RMA group has two proposals on its wiki, both of which are in the
context of complete chapters. A drawback to tickets was they made it
possible to think that by reading the ticket, the issue was
understood. This caused several problems in the prior rounds, and
would be more serious here.
So, no ticket is needed. Following the written instructions, a zero
(0) may be used.
On Oct 30, 2010, at 3:32 PM, Bronis R. de Supinski wrote:
>>> 2. You need to annotate your proposed changes with ticket
>>> numbers. I suggest that we need separate tickets for each
>>> of the major additions. Isee that ticket 217:
>>> covers the helper threads proposal. We will need ticekts
>>> for the shared memory extensions and endpoints.
>> I thought the process was changing out of using tickets for the
>> for MPI-3. If not we can update this once all the tickets have been
> The change tracking macros include a ticket number field.
> My understanding is that for simple wording changes for
> things like grammatical issues on which the chapter
> reaches consensus then we can use "ticket 0". For more
> significant changes, like major additions, my understanding
> is that they are still supposed to use a separate ticket.
> However, the revised text should be in LaTex so that
> we vote on it as part of the ticket.
> Bill and/or Rich should confirm or correct.
Deputy Director for Research
Institute for Advanced Computing Applications and Technologies
Paul and Cynthia Saylor Professor of Computer Science
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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