[DRMAA-WG] [SAGA-RG] drmaa public comments

Andre Merzky andre at merzky.net
Wed May 2 16:59:17 CDT 2007

Hi Hrabri, DRMAAs, 

Gregory Newby put the errata proposal online by now, its
linked on the front page of the editor project.  Direkt


Again, that document is in draft state.  Feedback is
probably welcome in any stage, but public comment will 
open sometime next week (I think).



Quoting [Hrabri Rajic] (May 02 2007):
> Subject: RE: [SAGA-RG] drmaa public comments
> From:    "Rajic, Hrabri" <hrabri.rajic at intel.com>
> To:      Andre Merzky <andre at merzky.net>
> Hi Andre,
> --- Following up on your replay ---
> I am not sure if its relevant to the discussion, but anyway:
> the GFSG is in the process of discussing an errata process.
> That should enter public comment around OGF20.  That process
> does not cover how to coordinate implementation versions,
> but should allow you to manage errata lists in a fairly
> lightweight process.
> The process is not yet agreed upon, but I probably can post
> the draft if there is interest.
> ---  end of replay ------
> My mail is kind of messed up, but I have seen your post via DRMAA-WG
> e-mail archive.
> Yes, please post the draft regarding the errata process.
> Thanks!
> 	Hrabri
>>-----Original Message-----
>> Subject: [SAGA-RG] drmaa public comments
>> From:    saga-rg-bounces at ogf.org [mailto:saga-rg-bounces at ogf.org]
>>          On Behalf Of Andre Merzky
>> To:      SAGA RG
>> You may want to have a look at the DRMAA mailing list
>> archive from this month:
>>   http://www.ogf.org/pipermail/drmaa-wg/2007-May/thread.html
>> The DRMAA group got a number of comments in respect to their
>> interop document (I believe), which raise several issues
>> which are also interesting for SAGA.  In general, SAGA seems
>> already to address all of these issues.  Nice :-)
>> Cheers, Andre.

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