Work with Standards Bodies
INTERTWinE team members have strong involvement with three standards bodies: the MPI Forum, the OpenMP Architectural Review Board, and the GASPI Forum. Work done in the context of the INTERTWinE project has been fed back to, and in some cases is already being adopted by, these standards bodies.
Programming model standards bodies are open, non-profit organisations whose role is to specify, manage, support, and promote the use of their respective APIs.
INTERTWinE team members are actively involved in the MPI Forum, the OpenMP Architectural Review Board, and the GASPI Forum.
In this section of the website, we explain more about the developments carried out in the context of the INTERTWinE project which have been reported back to these bodies, and describe the status of adoption of the proposals resulting from this work.
- MPI Forum: INTERTWinE work has contributed to three proposals which have been put forward to the MPI Forum (https://www.mpi-forum.org/):
- OpenMP Architectural Review Board: INTERTWinE work has also contributed to two proposals which have been put forward to the OpenMP ARB (https://www.openmp.org/wp-content/uploads/OpenMP-WelcomeGuide.pdf):
- GASPI Forum: INTERTWinE has also taken the following proposals to the GASPI Forum (http://www.gaspi.de/):
Throughout the project lifetime, our News section has included updates from colleagues attending standards bodies meetings:
- 11 March 2016: INTERTWinE team active at MPI Forum meeting
- 8 December 2016: MPI Forum: an update
- 10 August 2017: MPI Forum update: MPI Sessions
- 5 October 2017: INTERTWinE's Dan Holmes reports from MPI Forum meeting
- 8 March 2018: OpenMP F2F meeting report
- 12 March 2018: GASPI Forum Meeting - report
- 2 May 2018: MPI Forum update
- 12 June 2018: OpenMP f2f meeting report