[Ncep.list.fv3-announce] fv3gfs release beta test

Rusty Benson - NOAA Federal rusty.benson at noaa.gov
Wed May 10 20:52:38 UTC 2017

Hi Jun,

Thank you for sharing the current thinking wrt to support plans for the
version 0 release.  If the plan is to use an open forum, I don't think we
would want to also publicize any email which would allow individuals to
circumvent the established process.

Rusty Benson, PhD
Modeling Systems Group
NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Lab
Princeton, NJ

On Wed, May 10, 2017 at 4:39 PM, Jun Wang - NOAA Affiliate <
jun.wang at noaa.gov> wrote:

> Rusty,
> Thanks for quick feedback. Today we just had a VLAB meeting on how to
> provide information for the public release. Vijay mentioned that EMC will
> be setting up an FV3GFS community web page through VLAB, some basic
> document will be provided there. A formal instruction on how to get release
> code, and to compile and run experiment will be on that web page too. For
> questions/feedback,  a forum will be set up for users to post questions and
> to provide answers &feedback, the purpose is that all the developers will
> see the questions/answers, it is suggested not to send questions/feedback
> to any individual's personal email (If people receive questions from users,
> we suggest that they post the questions along with their answers to the
> forum). The readme.txt is a temporary solution to get the testing started,
> it may be changed in the final release.
> Kate Howard (kate.howard at noaa.gov) is working on the VLAB fv3gfs web
> page, she can add the gfdl fv3gfs support email on the web page too, if you
> have any fv3 document for general developers, please send to her.
> Thanks.
> Jun
> On Wed, May 10, 2017 at 4:02 PM, Rusty Benson - NOAA Federal <
> rusty.benson at noaa.gov> wrote:
>> Hi Jun and Vijay,
>> In the readme.txt Q&A, you mention where to get help.  Has there been any
>> thought to putting together a single email for tracking all
>> questions/requests that can be used as a basis for creating a knowledgebase
>> via a wiki or other forum?  By segmenting FV3 and physics support, I think
>> we are missing an opportunity for personnel to get exposure to and learn
>> about system pieces for which they may not necessarily be responsible.
>> If we do go the route of a single support email, we have an existing
>> email for FV3 support which could be used as an alias member.  Otherwise,
>> we would want to publish the email inside of the readme.txt and not have
>> individual team members being contacted directly
>> <oar.gfdl.fvgfs_support at noaa.gov>
>> Rusty
>> --
>> Rusty Benson, PhD
>> Modeling Systems Group
>> NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Lab
>> Princeton, NJ
>> On Wed, May 10, 2017 at 2:08 PM, Jun Wang - NOAA Affiliate <
>> jun.wang at noaa.gov> wrote:
>>> Dear all,
>>> The following email is for people who are willing to do beta testing for
>>> the fv3gfs May 15 release. Please ignore the email if you are not going to
>>> run the test.
>>> The svn tag for beta testing is located at:
>>>  https://svnemc.ncep.noaa.gov/projects/nems/apps/NEMSfv3gfs/
>>> tags/fv3gfs.v0beta
>>> The instruction file on how to get and compile the code and to run an
>>> experiment is at:
>>> https://svnemc.ncep.noaa.gov/projects/nems/apps/NEMSfv3gfs/t
>>> ags/fv3gfs.v0beta/release/v0/readme.txt
>>> Please follow the instructions to see if you can run an experiment.
>>>  Thanks.
>>> Jun
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