[Users] meeting minutes for 2018-04-09
roland.haas at physics.gatech.edu
Mon Apr 9 14:57:21 CDT 2018
Thank you for setting this up. It seems like a good thing to try out.
Before we do so (and to get the detail out of the way before this
becomes used a lot). Is it possible to name it EinsteinToolkit (ie no
dashes)? This would match with our other repos eg on bitbucket.
> You might want to update the ET web pages to point to this room.
> On Mon, Apr 9, 2018 at 1:29 PM, Zach Etienne <zachetie at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello all.
> > With the lack of users on the ETK IRC channel, I propose that we move to
> > gitter. Unlike IRC, gitter does not require that users be logged in
> > constantly, and it has been used to great success within the SymPy
> > community: https://gitter.im/sympy/sympy . By default, you receive email
> > notifications if someone poses a question directed at you, and notification
> > settings can be adjusted to be noisier or less noisy as desired. Here's the
> > gitter Wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gitter.
> > I just set up an Einstein Toolkit gitter chat page:
> > https://gitter.im/Einstein-Toolkit/Einstein-Toolkit
> > as well as a Performance Optimization Working Group chat page:
> > https://gitter.im/Einstein-Toolkit/WG-Performance-Optimization
> > Additional channels for working groups within the Toolkit can be set up
> > under the Einstein-Toolkit/ subdirectory. Also, channel administration
> > privileges can be added/modified as needed.
> > You can log in to gitter using github or twitter. Though gitter uses github
> > credentials, it can also interface with bitbucket repos. Gitter can also be
> > accessed via desktop and mobile apps.
> > Messages in gitter rooms are public, searchable, and stored to the cloud
> > indefinitely. Also, private one-on-one chats are possible within gitter.
> > -Zach
> > * * *
> > Zachariah Etienne
> > Assistant Professor of Mathematics
> > West Virginia University
> > http://math.wvu.edu/~zetienne/
> > On Mon, Apr 9, 2018 at 10:30 AM, Roland Haas <rhaas at illinois.edu> wrote:
> >> Present: Roland, Peter, Bhavesh, Zach, Qian,
> >> US ET meeting in ATL:
> >> * website: http://et-workshop18.physics.gatech.edu/
> >> * June 18 – June 20, 2018
> >> * registration page: http://et-workshop18.physics.gatech.edu/register/
> >> (not yet functional)
> >> * will send announcements to hyperspace, facebook, Helvi Vitek, Einstein
> >> Toolkit website (give access to website page to Bhavesh)
> >> wiki site:
> >> * postpone until next week
> >> new user registration link:
> >> * we think Frank set this up, so will have to contact him about what
> >> could be going wrong. TODO: Peter to contact Frank
> >> missing material on ET website:
> >> * http://einsteintoolkit.org/mp.html is missing ID files and most links
> >> are broken
> >> * ID files no longer present on server at Caltech
> >> * Patrick Cheong tried to reproduce the run with current RNSID in ET
> >> but failed. Possibly bug in parfile or bug in GRHydro or difference
> >> between Whisky_RNSID and RNSID in ET right now. TODO: Roland to ping
> >> authors of paper, try to reproduce files with Whisky_RNSID
> >> * material is hard to find. Suggest to add them to the gallery.
> >> Gallery:
> >> * suggest to ask authors of ET using papers for submissions to the
> >> gallery
> >> ET chat:
> >> * there is a ET slack which we tried but which seems to have not gotten
> >> anywhere
> >> * similar story for IRC:
> >> https://webchat.oftc.net/?channels=cactus&uio=OT10cnVlde
> >> * Zach suggests giving https://gitter.im a try which is eg used by
> >> sympy: https://gitter.im/sympy/sympy
> >> ET meeting next week: Only if there is interest since it overlaps with
> >> the APS meeting.
> >> Yours,
> >> Roland
> >> --
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My email is as private as my paper mail. I therefore support encrypting
and signing email messages. Get my PGP key from http://pgp.mit.edu .
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