[Mpi3-tools] Meeting notes from 12/15 and next meetings (12/22 and 1/12)
schulzm at llnl.gov
Mon Dec 22 09:53:02 CST 2008
At 07:41 AM 12/22/2008, Marty Itzkowitz wrote:
>Have we shifted phase, so that we meet every two weeks starting
>I assume so.
Yes, we have - at least for this time. Otherwise, due to various
holidays, our next meeting would have been in February. If this
doesn't work for people, we can try to shift back after January.
>On 12/20/08 12:52 PM, Martin Schulz wrote:
>>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!),
>>PS: The Wiki is at:
>>Martin Schulz, schulzm at llnl.gov, http:// people.llnl.gov/schulz6
>>CASC @ Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, USA
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