[mpiwg-hybridpm] Fwd: [Mpi-forum] December 2014 Meeting / Agenda

Jim Dinan james.dinan at gmail.com
Sun Nov 9 20:29:03 CST 2014

I haven't figure out yet whether I will be attending.  If I do, I would
like to do a plenary session to present my SC paper on endpoints.  We're
planning to do the formal reading of endpoints at this meeting.

On Tue, Nov 4, 2014 at 1:11 AM, Balaji, Pavan <balaji at anl.gov> wrote:

>  Do we need WG or plenary time at the next meeting?
>    — Pavan
>  Begin forwarded message:
>  *Date: *November 4, 2014 at 12:09:51 AM CST
>  *From: *Schulz Martin <schulzm at llnl.gov>
>  *To: *Main mailing list <mpi-forum at lists.mpi-forum.org>
>  *Subject: **[Mpi-forum] December 2014 Meeting / Agenda*
>  *Reply-To: *Main MPI Forum mailing list <mpi-forum at lists.mpi-forum.org>
>  Hi all,
>  I put up an initial roster for the December meeting in San Jose. As
> usual, I am planning to arrange WG meeting in the beginning of the meeting
> (until Tuesday noon or evening depending on the requests that I get),
> followed by the plenaries. Votes will be Thursday morning.
>  For the plenaries, I would like to try something different, based on the
> experience at the forum in Japan: instead of having a fixed schedule, I’ll
> put up a list of topics that we need to cover and we’ll go through them in
> order, but not necessarily with a fixed schedule. We basically followed
> this scheme in Japan (out of necessity since we had to redo the agenda on
> the fly due to the missed quorum) and this worked fairly well and allowed
> for enough discussions for the topics that needed them. I’ll still try to
> keep track of overall time to make sure we get through with the agenda, in
> particular with the items to be voted on, but I would like to avoid that
> this dictates the schedule.
>  For the WG leads: please send me any requests for WG time or plenary
> items as soon as you can (even if you need to revise that later), so we can
> start building a more concrete agenda. Also, please let me know of any
> tickets that you want read or voted on as part of errata. I have
> pre-populated the agenda with the second and first votes, since those are
> fixed – but please also double check those. The deadline for announcing
> tickets for readings or votes is as usual 2 weeks before the forum, which
> is the Monday 11/24, I.e., the Monday of Thanksgiving week.
>  Thanks!
>  Martin
>  ________________________________________________________________________
> Martin Schulz, schulzm at llnl.gov, http://scalability.llnl.gov/
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