[Ncep.list.nems.announce] Identifying code managers of apps
Samuel Trahan - NOAA Affiliate
samuel.trahan at noaa.gov
Fri Dec 9 14:18:14 UTC 2016
The WAM app is not being retired yet. After discussion with a WAM
developer, we've determined that the WAM development may need a separate
app to support WAM development that is independent of the GSM trunk. We're
going to meet with the WAM developers in about two weeks to discuss whether
a WAM app or a NEMSGSM branch would be a better approach. Until then, we
will retain the WAM app as a placeholder for future development. Note that
having a separate app does not mean that the work will never be merged
back. It just makes it simpler for WAM to have different branches or tags
for NEMS testing.
On Thu, Dec 8, 2016 at 5:12 PM, Samuel Trahan - NOAA Affiliate <
samuel.trahan at noaa.gov> wrote:
> Hello all,
> 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
> its purpose.
> 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.
> Sam Trahan
> 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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