How about if we start on this over e-mail and phone ? A face-to-face meeting is good, but I am already booked Jan 5-9, maybe 12-13, Jan 16-Feb 6th, and Feb 8-11. I would prefer not to tack on something at the end of the MPI Forum meeting, as I will have been gone from home for most of the month before. If people would be willing to do this at ORNL, I would be available Jan 14-15, and after Feb 11th.
On 12/4/08 7:08 PM, "Tim Mattox" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I have other meetings so far on Jan 21, and possibly Jan 6-8.
So I would ask we not have the Jan/Feb ORTE meeting either
of those weeks.
On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 5:50 PM, Ralph Castain <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Dec 4, 2008, at 3:25 PM, Jeff Squyres wrote:
>> I don't know who's interested, so I thought I'd bring it up on the devel
>> list: let's start the basics for the January ORTE meeting. We may be able
>> to sketch out an agenda, but frankly, it may depend on how far we get in the
>> December meeting. So we may not be able to fully decide that yet.
>> But I thought we might be able to list out the high level goals and start
>> discussing location, length of the meeting, and dates.
>> * Cisco has some heavy travel restrictions right now, so I would not be
>> able to attend unless we have it here in Louisville again, or perhaps
>> Bloomington (i.e., I can make day trips to drive there). I do have a
>> Telepresence unit in Louisville now, so we could conference in Boxborough
>> (i.e., Sun) for 1-2 hours at a time, if desirable. That being said, my
>> presence is probably not critical to these meetings, so don't let this be a
>> gating factor.
>> * My January is fairly open at this point; I have no scheduled travel
>> [yet]. I *may* become unavailable the week of Jan 5 (i.e., first full week
>> in Jan), which might not be desirable for an ORTE meeting anyway because a)
>> we'll all be recovering from the holidays, and b) it's unlikely that anyone
>> will have had a chance to do much/anything since the December ORTE meeting.
>> * Point of information: the next Forum meeting is in the California Bay
>> area on Feb 9-11, 2009.
> My Jan is open, and I can travel wherever required. However, given that many
> people are under heavy travel constraints, and that the majority of you will
> be at the MPI Forum, would it make sense to tack it on before/after that
> meeting? I'm not sure Jan is a requirement, especially given the holiday
> break after the Dec meeting.
>> Jeff Squyres
>> Cisco Systems
>> devel mailing list
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