AG and SC Global
stevens at mcs.anl.gov
Fri Oct 27 17:45:01 CDT 2000
I've spoken with Ian and he would be very happy to have you assume this role.
You might contact Julie Wulf wulf at mcs.anl.gov to get the background
notes and get added to the appropriate email lists.
At 12:32 PM 10/27/2000 -0400, Jennifer Teig von Hoffman wrote:
>I'd like to volunteer for the role of "Global events
>coordinator/production manager" for SC Global.
>I won't be able to attend the meeting at SC (I'll be running the AG node
>at BU all week), but am planning to attend the retreat in January,
>whenever/wherever it turns out to be. So if there's anything I should do
>to get up-to-speed, please let me know.
>On Thu, 26 Oct 2000, Rick Stevens wrote:
> > Hi all:
> > I'm enclosing several documents introducing a large-scale international
> > collaborative event
> > that we invite you to consider participating in for SC'2001 called SC
> > Global. The *.pdf file
> > describes the SC Global concept and lays out the opportunity. The PPT
> > presentation describes
> > some of the idea that are being discussed for SC Global and the DOC
> file is
> > an Initial Org Chart
> > and timeline for key tasks. Ian Foster is serving as Information
> > for SC'2001 and has
> > asked for help in making SC Global a success. You will be pleased to
> > notice that AG technology
> > and AG sites play a critical role in the SC Global Event and I hope you
> > find a way to
> > participate. If you see something here that interests you please consider
> > volunteering
> > or recruiting your friends.
> > SC Global will be one of the topics discussed at the AG Technical Retreat
> > in January.. which is
> > the topic of my next email.
> > Cheers,
> > --Rick
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