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Re: OpenHPC Mentoring - Community Bridge info

Derek Simmel
 

Karl,

Looks fine as is to me - I did add a comment to ask for clarification on one phrase, but no show stoppers. As soon as we have an acceptable draft, I can circulate it locally to find prospective applicants.

Thanks -

- Derek

On Aug 7, 2020, at 2:28 PM, Karl W. Schulz <karl@...> wrote:

Hello TSC,

Following up from our last meeting, a draft call for participation for a mentorship program in the fall has been assembled. The google doc url is below and anyone should be able to add comments.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1w2bdW2aAeZ0bMqxJUKvdrNIJNAzqs3u4dJV9Qq7cZGM/

If you have time, please have a look and we can review one last time at our next TSC meeting.

Thanks,

-k



On Aug 5, 2020, at Aug 5, 12:22 PM, Neal Caidin <ncaidin@...> wrote:

[cross posted]

Dear OpenHPC Governing Board Members, and TSC,

From my investigations, I don't think we will run into any significant roadblocks in using the CommunityBridge system for the OpenHPC Mentorship Program. CommunityBridge has a couple of pre-requisites, such as having a Code of Conduct and getting certified by the Core Infrastructure Initiative. Even if we don't already have these things, they should also be easy to manage (and both are worthwhile having and considered best practices). If OpenHPC does not have a Code of Conduct already, we can use the Contributor Covenant [1]. CommunityBridge provides this as a default choice (and it is a very popular choice among open source projects). And OHC has 90 days to work on the CII badge [2], which I believe should not be too onerous. Also, CommunityBridge follows the Google SOC convention for mentee stipends [3], which are based on Purchasing Power Parity, which I'm not aware we have discussed, but we should be fine budget-wise with this.

I'm happy to serve as the Administrator for OpenHPC on CommunityBridge to help things go smoothly and work out any kinks. I'm optimistic, we can turn around on this quickly, and we can also link to the OpenHPC wiki for additional details.

The Linux Foundation requires all Mentorship projects to use CommunityBridge, including projects with existing Mentorship programs. As examples, the Linux Kernel and Hyperledger have migrated and are actively using the system. I believe the rationale for the requirement to use CommunityBridge, at least in part, is for LF to manage these programs at scale. Also, it is an opportunity to encourage best practices.

[1] Contributor Covenant - https://www.contributor-covenant.org/

[2] Core Infrastructure Initiative - https://bestpractices.coreinfrastructure.org/en

[3] CommunityBridge management of mentee stipends - https://docs.linuxfoundation.org/docs/communitybridge/mentorship/mentee-stipends

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Best regards,
Neal

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Re: OpenHPC Mentoring - Community Bridge info

Karl W. Schulz
 

Hello TSC,

Following up from our last meeting, a draft call for participation for a mentorship program in the fall has been assembled. The google doc url is below and anyone should be able to add comments.  

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1w2bdW2aAeZ0bMqxJUKvdrNIJNAzqs3u4dJV9Qq7cZGM/

If you have time, please have a look and we can review one last time at our next TSC meeting.

Thanks,

-k



On Aug 5, 2020, at Aug 5, 12:22 PM, Neal Caidin <ncaidin@...> wrote:

[cross posted] 

Dear OpenHPC Governing Board Members, and TSC,

From my investigations, I don't think we will run into any significant roadblocks in using the CommunityBridge system for the OpenHPC Mentorship Program. CommunityBridge has a couple of pre-requisites, such as having a Code of Conduct and getting certified by the Core Infrastructure Initiative. Even if we don't already have these things, they should also be easy to manage (and both are worthwhile having and considered best practices). If OpenHPC does not have a Code of Conduct already, we can use the Contributor Covenant [1].  CommunityBridge provides this as a default choice (and it is a very popular choice among open source projects). And OHC has 90 days to work on the CII badge [2], which I believe should not be too onerous. Also, CommunityBridge follows the Google SOC convention for mentee stipends [3], which are based on Purchasing Power Parity, which I'm not aware we have discussed, but we should be fine budget-wise with this.

I'm happy to serve as the Administrator for OpenHPC on CommunityBridge to help things go smoothly and work out any kinks. I'm optimistic, we can turn around on this quickly, and we can also link to the OpenHPC wiki for additional details.

The Linux Foundation requires all Mentorship projects to use CommunityBridge, including projects with existing Mentorship programs. As examples, the Linux Kernel and Hyperledger have migrated and are actively using the system. I believe the rationale for the requirement to use CommunityBridge, at least in part, is for LF to manage these programs at scale. Also, it is an opportunity to encourage best practices.

[1] Contributor Covenant - https://www.contributor-covenant.org/

[2] Core Infrastructure Initiative - https://bestpractices.coreinfrastructure.org/en

[3] CommunityBridge management of mentee stipends - https://docs.linuxfoundation.org/docs/communitybridge/mentorship/mentee-stipends

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Best regards,
Neal

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OpenHPC Mentoring - Community Bridge info

Neal Caidin
 

[cross posted] 

Dear OpenHPC Governing Board Members, and TSC,

From my investigations, I don't think we will run into any significant roadblocks in using the CommunityBridge system for the OpenHPC Mentorship Program. CommunityBridge has a couple of pre-requisites, such as having a Code of Conduct and getting certified by the Core Infrastructure Initiative. Even if we don't already have these things, they should also be easy to manage (and both are worthwhile having and considered best practices). If OpenHPC does not have a Code of Conduct already, we can use the Contributor Covenant [1].  CommunityBridge provides this as a default choice (and it is a very popular choice among open source projects). And OHC has 90 days to work on the CII badge [2], which I believe should not be too onerous. Also, CommunityBridge follows the Google SOC convention for mentee stipends [3], which are based on Purchasing Power Parity, which I'm not aware we have discussed, but we should be fine budget-wise with this.

I'm happy to serve as the Administrator for OpenHPC on CommunityBridge to help things go smoothly and work out any kinks. I'm optimistic, we can turn around on this quickly, and we can also link to the OpenHPC wiki for additional details.

The Linux Foundation requires all Mentorship projects to use CommunityBridge, including projects with existing Mentorship programs. As examples, the Linux Kernel and Hyperledger have migrated and are actively using the system. I believe the rationale for the requirement to use CommunityBridge, at least in part, is for LF to manage these programs at scale. Also, it is an opportunity to encourage best practices.

[1] Contributor Covenant - https://www.contributor-covenant.org/

[2] Core Infrastructure Initiative - https://bestpractices.coreinfrastructure.org/en

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Best regards,
Neal

--
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The Linux Foundation
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Re: [EXTERNAL] Re: [OpenHPC TSC] Advice on responding to Twitter DM

Curry, Matthew Leon
 

The person running that account is looking for ammo to go after a bitcoin mining company (Northern Data). They want an opinion from a respected entity that they can cite.

I would not engage with them.

Matthew

On Jul 23, 2020, at 1:41 PM, Neal Caidin <ncaidin@...> wrote:


Thanks Derek. I responded that it was out of scope, that I was the non-techie (which is relative, of course) human monitoring the account, and asked if they were aware of the OpenHPC mission. And I said here is something from one dev's perspective. What you wrote made perfect sense to me, btw.

Best,
Neal



On Wed, Jul 22, 2020 3:13 PM, Derek Simmel dsimmel@... wrote:

This is out of scope for OpenHPC, but the answer to the question, in my opinion, is:


"No, Bitcoin Mining is not Providing HPC Solutions. Bitcoin Mining is one specific application that could make use of HPC resources designed to accelerate it. HPC can be applied to thousands of different computational applications. "Providing HPC Solutions" implies the design, engineering and implementation of appropriate HPC systems to meet the needs of many/different computational applications. If you are only building HPC solutions for bitcoin mining, then that's what you should say."


- Derek


> On Jul 22, 2020, at 8:14 AM, Neal Caidin <ncaidin@...> wrote:

>

> Hello TSC folks,

>

> I was wondering if you could help me with a Twitter direct message that has been received by the OpenHPC twitter account (https://twitter.com/OpenHPCcomm) ?

>

> Received a direct message from - https://twitter.com/btcking555

>

> 'Dear OpenHPC, quick question: “is it correct and not misleading to refer to Bitcoin Mining as Providing HPC Solutions ?” Thank you in advance'

>

> My thinking is that this is out of OpenHPC's scope to comment on. Do you agree? How would you respond? Should we ignore?

>

> Thanks,

> Neal

>

>

> --

> Neal Caidin

> Program Manager, Program Management & Operations

> The Linux Foundation

> +1 (919) 238-9104 (w/h)

> +1 (919) 949-1861 (m)

> ncaidin@...

>

>


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Re: Advice on responding to Twitter DM

Neal Caidin
 

Thank you Stephen! That is useful to know.

Best,
Neal



On Wed, Jul 22, 2020 1:27 PM, Stephen Harrell sharrell@... wrote:
I am not sure what the ramifications of responding are, however, from a technical point of view bitcoin mining would probably be characterized as HTC (high throughout computing), not HPC, as it is an embarrassingly parallel problem.

-stephen

On Wed, Jul 22, 2020 at 7:14 AM Neal Caidin <ncaidin@...> wrote:
Hello TSC folks,

I was wondering if you could help me with a Twitter direct message that has been received by the OpenHPC twitter account (https://twitter.com/OpenHPCcomm) ?

Received a direct message from - https://twitter.com/btcking555

'Dear OpenHPC, quick question: “is it correct and not misleading to refer to Bitcoin Mining as Providing HPC Solutions ?” Thank you in advance'

My thinking is that this is out of OpenHPC's scope to comment on. Do you agree? How would you respond? Should we ignore?

Thanks,
Neal


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Program Manager, Program Management & Operations
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+1 (919) 238-9104 (w/h)
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--
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Engineering Scientist, HPC Performance and Architectures
Texas Advanced Computing Center
The University of Texas at Austin
765-201-4408
ORCiD: 0000-0001-5327-525X


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Re: Advice on responding to Twitter DM

Neal Caidin
 

Thanks Derek. I responded that it was out of scope, that I was the non-techie (which is relative, of course) human monitoring the account, and asked if they were aware of the OpenHPC mission. And I said here is something from one dev's perspective. What you wrote made perfect sense to me, btw.

Best,
Neal



On Wed, Jul 22, 2020 3:13 PM, Derek Simmel dsimmel@... wrote:

This is out of scope for OpenHPC, but the answer to the question, in my opinion, is:


"No, Bitcoin Mining is not Providing HPC Solutions. Bitcoin Mining is one specific application that could make use of HPC resources designed to accelerate it. HPC can be applied to thousands of different computational applications. "Providing HPC Solutions" implies the design, engineering and implementation of appropriate HPC systems to meet the needs of many/different computational applications. If you are only building HPC solutions for bitcoin mining, then that's what you should say."


- Derek


> On Jul 22, 2020, at 8:14 AM, Neal Caidin <ncaidin@...> wrote:

>

> Hello TSC folks,

>

> I was wondering if you could help me with a Twitter direct message that has been received by the OpenHPC twitter account (https://twitter.com/OpenHPCcomm) ?

>

> Received a direct message from - https://twitter.com/btcking555

>

> 'Dear OpenHPC, quick question: “is it correct and not misleading to refer to Bitcoin Mining as Providing HPC Solutions ?” Thank you in advance'

>

> My thinking is that this is out of OpenHPC's scope to comment on. Do you agree? How would you respond? Should we ignore?

>

> Thanks,

> Neal

>

>

> --

> Neal Caidin

> Program Manager, Program Management & Operations

> The Linux Foundation

> +1 (919) 238-9104 (w/h)

> +1 (919) 949-1861 (m)

> ncaidin@...

>

>


---

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Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

dsimmel@...

+1 (412) 268-1035







Neal Caidin
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Re: Advice on responding to Twitter DM

Derek Simmel
 

This is out of scope for OpenHPC, but the answer to the question, in my opinion, is:

"No, Bitcoin Mining is not Providing HPC Solutions. Bitcoin Mining is one specific application that could make use of HPC resources designed to accelerate it. HPC can be applied to thousands of different computational applications. "Providing HPC Solutions" implies the design, engineering and implementation of appropriate HPC systems to meet the needs of many/different computational applications. If you are only building HPC solutions for bitcoin mining, then that's what you should say."

- Derek

On Jul 22, 2020, at 8:14 AM, Neal Caidin <ncaidin@...> wrote:

Hello TSC folks,

I was wondering if you could help me with a Twitter direct message that has been received by the OpenHPC twitter account (https://twitter.com/OpenHPCcomm) ?

Received a direct message from - https://twitter.com/btcking555

'Dear OpenHPC, quick question: “is it correct and not misleading to refer to Bitcoin Mining as Providing HPC Solutions ?” Thank you in advance'

My thinking is that this is out of OpenHPC's scope to comment on. Do you agree? How would you respond? Should we ignore?

Thanks,
Neal


--
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Program Manager, Program Management & Operations
The Linux Foundation
+1 (919) 238-9104 (w/h)
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ncaidin@...

---
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Re: Advice on responding to Twitter DM

Stephen Harrell
 

I am not sure what the ramifications of responding are, however, from a technical point of view bitcoin mining would probably be characterized as HTC (high throughout computing), not HPC, as it is an embarrassingly parallel problem.

-stephen

On Wed, Jul 22, 2020 at 7:14 AM Neal Caidin <ncaidin@...> wrote:
Hello TSC folks,

I was wondering if you could help me with a Twitter direct message that has been received by the OpenHPC twitter account (https://twitter.com/OpenHPCcomm) ?

Received a direct message from - https://twitter.com/btcking555

'Dear OpenHPC, quick question: “is it correct and not misleading to refer to Bitcoin Mining as Providing HPC Solutions ?” Thank you in advance'

My thinking is that this is out of OpenHPC's scope to comment on. Do you agree? How would you respond? Should we ignore?

Thanks,
Neal


--
Neal Caidin
Program Manager, Program Management & Operations
The Linux Foundation
+1 (919) 238-9104 (w/h)
+1 (919) 949-1861 (m)
--
Stephen Lien Harrell
Engineering Scientist, HPC Performance and Architectures
Texas Advanced Computing Center
The University of Texas at Austin
765-201-4408
ORCiD: 0000-0001-5327-525X


Advice on responding to Twitter DM

Neal Caidin
 

Hello TSC folks,

I was wondering if you could help me with a Twitter direct message that has been received by the OpenHPC twitter account (https://twitter.com/OpenHPCcomm) ?

Received a direct message from - https://twitter.com/btcking555

'Dear OpenHPC, quick question: “is it correct and not misleading to refer to Bitcoin Mining as Providing HPC Solutions ?” Thank you in advance'

My thinking is that this is out of OpenHPC's scope to comment on. Do you agree? How would you respond? Should we ignore?

Thanks,
Neal


--
Neal Caidin
Program Manager, Program Management & Operations
The Linux Foundation
+1 (919) 238-9104 (w/h)
+1 (919) 949-1861 (m)


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TSC meeting cancelled for July 15

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Hello TSC meeting attendees,

I apologize but I have a conflict during this week’s meeting time and will cancel our meeting for tomorrow July 15.

See you again in two weeks.

Thanks,

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