[Ncep.list.nems.announce] Identifying code managers of apps
Samuel Trahan - NOAA Affiliate
samuel.trahan at noaa.gov
Thu Dec 8 22:12:48 UTC 2016
We've made progress on identifying code managers and old apps. Below is a
list of actions I have taken, or will soon take, with approximate dates.
Also, the "apps/obsolete" directory is now "apps/unsupported" to clarify
Full information is in this living document which requires a NOAA Google
account to access:
Actions I have taken or will soon take:
HYCOM-Ice is renamed to HYCOM-GSM-CICE
SCHEDULED FOR DECEMBER 12:
Coupled-FIM move to apps/unsupported/ directory
WAM move to apps/unsupported/ directory. WAM work will happen in NEMSGSM
after NEMSLegacy is retired and NEMSLegacy until then.
SCHEDULED FOR LATE JANUARY:
NEMSLegacy retired. It will remain in the nems/apps level for a few months
longer so that any externals pointing to it without a revision number will
not have to be updated. If you use a revision number when pointing to
NEMSLegacy, then you will not be impacted by its move.
On Thu, Dec 8, 2016 at 10:06 AM, Samuel Trahan - NOAA Affiliate <
samuel.trahan at noaa.gov> wrote:
> Hi all,
> As per a discussion of PIs, all NEMS apps (nems/apps directory) must have
> code managers. You may get emails from Mark Iredell, myself, or one of
> your bosses asking who a code manager is for a specific app. Once this
> information is gathered for all apps and all compontents, it will be posted
> in a sensible location.
> Apps that have no code manager and have not been updated in several months
> will be moved to a new nems/apps/obsolete directory. People will still be
> able to view and use them from the new location, but it will be clear to
> anyone using it that the app is no longer maintained.
> That new "obsolete" directory, presently empty, is here:
> Sam Trahan
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