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Ah. George, you should have thought about that. I understand your
eagerness to share this exciting news, but perhaps an April-1st
announcement detracted from the seriousness of this grand development.
Here's another desirable MPI feature. People talk about "error
detection/correction". We should do that in MPI. Decide what the user
*meant* to do, and do that "under the hood" rather than what they
actually programmed. Now, *that* would be a competitive advantage!
(E.g., I'm spending a lot of time trying to get good latency
measurements... why can't OMPI just detect that and give me good latency
Anthony Thevenin wrote:
> does anymone think of an April fool's day???
> George Bosilca wrote:
>> The Open MPI Team, representing a consortium of bailed-out banks, car
>> manufacturers, and insurance companies, is pleased to announce the
>> release of the "unbreakable" / bug-free version Open MPI 2009,
>> (expected to be available by mid-2011). This release is essentially a
>> complete rewrite of Open MPI based on new technologies such as C#,
>> Java, and object-oriented Cobol (so say we all!). Buffer overflows
>> and memory leaks are now things of the past. We strongly recommend
>> that all users upgrade to Windows 7 to fully take advantage of the new
>> powers embedded in Open MPI.