Present/Contributing: Graeme Stewart, Dorothea Vom Brush, Efe Yazgan, Nicole Skidmore, Kyle Knoepfel, Eduardo Rodrigues, Matti Kortelainen, Michel Jouvin, Valentin Volkl, Kilian Lieret, Alessandra Forti, Liz Sexton-Kennedy, Daniel Elvira
Apologies/Contributing: Kevin Pedro, Ben Morgan, Krzysztof Genser, Markus Diefenthaler, Benedikt Hegner, Pere Mato
Many ongoing meetings this week: Geant4 collaboration meeting, Future Trends in NP, ACTS hackathon, Software Carpentry Training.
Were not able to meet due to various hackathons. Will meet Monday to discuss how to build on training series
Graeme: we should also discuss the outcomes of the AFII workshop soon and make sure that items are followed up
Continue to put together the fall meeting line up:
Workshop held 2 weeks ago, with 420 people attending at some point (peak ~250 on the Monday, later days ~60-70). Success for the community.
Videos all now posted on YouTube.
Post workshop survey ongoing, full report later.
Will do a punch lunch (lunchtime meeting) with https://www.punch4nfdi.de/ on packaging later in the year
Lining up spack talks
We met last week to hear from David Lawrence (JLab) regarding the JANA2 framework.
A few recent meetings:
“As in the last year, there is the https://hacktoberfest.com/ coming up in October, encouraging open source contributions from new contributors.
“To mark projects as eligible, we can simply add the hacktoberfest topic to a github/gitlab repository and the “hacktober” label to issues.
“However, I was wondering whether we want to organize an HSF-wide Hacktoberfest event? This would basically be a short event where we present a few introductory slides about collaborative git and then show a few demo issues for participants to work on, then let everyone work on things by themselves.
“For slides, we could take the slides that Aman Goel just recently showed at PyHEP.
“The few events that are listed so far on https://hacktoberfest.com/events/ all seem to be of mostly-global scope, but we might still just add ours.
“As this is a really big global event, the attendance might also be really large, though I’ve heard people dampen the expectation for high-quality PRs. However, I still think this might be a good opportunity for us.”
Same with event: Probably best to market it to “our people” rather than adding it to “official” events
Planning a possible one-day meeting to discuss topics around how HEP experiments handle citation of software and recognition for software efforts that enable physics publications and other means of disseminating results to the public.
Decided on the date: Wednesday 23 November.
Planning document will be circulated shortly. We will link to relevant discussions, e.g., at Snowmass this summer.
We started filling in the calendar for 2023 - please check and help!
Our next coordination meeting is on 13 October.