[Mpi3-tools] Meeting notes from 12/15 and next meetings (12/22 and 1/12)

Marty Itzkowitz marty.itzkowitz at sun.com
Mon Dec 22 09:41:31 CST 2008

Have we shifted phase, so that we meet every two weeks starting
on 1/12?

I assume so.


On 12/20/08 12:52 PM, Martin Schulz wrote:
> Hi all,
> We had a tools WG meeting during the MPI forum meeting last week
> at Menlo Park. The notes and slides from this meeting are now
> available on the Tools WG Wiki.
> The main part was a discussion on how the MPIR interface is
> currently implemented and used. The outcome of this discussion
> is also on the Wiki, but needs further reviews, especially from
> the tools community (in particular debugger developers).
> We will try to hold a meeting next Monday 12/22 at 8am PT,
> 11am ET, 5pm MEZ to give people the chance to comment on this
> MPIR discussion and to refine the document. Since not many
> people might be around, we will hold off on any other topic
> until the new year. The next regular TelCon will be on Monday
> 1/12 at the same time and the next topic (after the MPIR
> interface) will be a discussion on Marty's MPI state proposal
> as well as the performance information interface ideas.
> Also, if anyone can't make it on Monday, please send comments
> via email. It would be great if we could come to a conclusion
> on the MPIR document rather sooner than later.
> Thanks (and in case you can't make it Monday: Happy Holidays!),
> Martin
> PS: The Wiki is at:
> https://svn.mpi-forum.org/trac/mpi-forum-web/wiki/MPI3Tools
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