(j3.2006) Initial distribution of papers

Bill Long longb
Wed Feb 1 12:01:02 EST 2012

It looks like 118 got lost - yet another Interp.  Otherwise fine.

I would remind all of Dan's earlier email, reproduced here:



While our discussions at 197 will most likely be based
on 11-256r1, the following might have some interest:

08-126, 08-131r1, N1835, N1856 and the tutorials
about coscalars and the Rice U CAF group presentation
in the Tutorials folder.

-- Cheers!
Dan Nagle


I would add 09-184 to this list since that was a paper we explicitly 
deferred to the Coarray TS.

Getting the Interop TS done is the top priority for 197, but close 
behind is getting ready for 198/WG5 in June, and thus a set of proposals 
for the Coarray TS ready.  Hopefully the Interop TS will not take too 
much more time and Interop subgroup will be back to HPC for much of the 
meeting, focused in the new TS.


On 2/1/12 7:48 AM, Dan Nagle wrote:
> Hi,
> Here's my first hack at a distribution of papers to subgroups:
> Interp: 102, 103, 104, 106, 108r1, 111, 114, 116r1, 117, 121
> Edit: 105, 109, 110, 112, 113
> JoR: 115
> Data: 107 it's out-of-order but subgroup might want to check it
> Interop: 111
> Librarian: 122 everyone read
> All: 119, 120
> There's a draft of the Fortran Annex for WG23 in the draft folder
> in the WG23 folder in the members' area
> US TAG must designate a delegation to WG5 in June

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