[AG-TECH] Cruises

Ravikiran Madduri maddrav at charlie.cns.iit.edu
Mon Jun 25 15:15:32 CDT 2001

We are currently building our node and are waiting for enabling our
network multicast wise(we are working with bill in this respect).We
sincerely want to participate in scglobal.we got all our machines and
other things configured
I also am willing to extend my services at any point of time and for any
purpose for the event.
If you can do something to get our node going faster we can be available
for scglobal

Illinois institute of Tech

On Mon, 25 Jun 2001, Terry Disz wrote:

> Hello all,
> We are planning to start SCGlobal test cruises next week and we need your
> help. The last call for volunteers for help with these cruises netted only 2
> people and I know the AG community can do better than that
> There are about 15 international sites, and an equal number of US based
> sites that have expressed an interest in participating in SCGlobal this
> November at SC2001 in Denver. These sites are building Access Grid nodes,
> but the  majority  have not have the benefit of tutorials nor of the
> nano-cruises that many of you participated in when preparing for the
> Chatauquas or the PACS tutorials or other events.
> We need experienced people to volunteer to help these new sites get their
> Access Grid nodes up and running when we start these test cruises next week.
> We will publish a schedule for cruises two or three times a week, and we
> really need you to help cover these early cruises when sites come on-line
> and need help balancing their audio, or making that darn echo go away and
> all the other fun stuff we practice. Because of the time zone problem, some
> of the cruises will be at times that are inconvenient to US sites so we will
> be asking people to sometimes spend an hour or two at odd times in order to
> help people out. If you normally work second or third shift, let me know.
> One of the cool side benefits of the activity is that you may get to chat
> with folks in The Netherlands, England, Germany, Italy, China, Korea, Japan,
> Australia, Canada and of course, new sites here in the US just getting
> started.
> Please respond as soon as possible about your willingness and availability
> to help out. You are qualified if you have survived a Chautauqua, tutorial,
> site visit or any other of the high profile events held on the AG over the
> last two years.
> So, don't make me name names and make phone calls, volunteer now, the AG
> needs you.
> Thanks very much,
> Terry

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