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6 Apr 2020
15:23:56@dstansby:matrix.orgdstansbyIs there a google calendar (or similar) for the telecons?
15:24:58@dstansby:matrix.orgdstansbyAh, it seems like there is (and I'm subscribed to it), but it doesn't seem to be used at the moment (or at least todays meeting isn't in it)
16:17:34@juliebarnum:matrix.orgJulie Barnum (LASP-CU)
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Ah, it seems like there is (and I'm subscribed to it), but it doesn't seem to be used at the moment (or at least todays meeting isn't in it)
Is this the calendar you're using? Today's telecon is on it (as are many future telecons).
20:17:24@dstansby:matrix.orgdstansbyThat looks like a generic google calendar link - I'm using this one that's linked from the heliopython.org site: https://calendar.google.com/calendar?cid=NG42Z3YyaWZncDZyZ25rOGF1N2pzZjF1azBAZ3JvdXAuY2FsZW5kYXIuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbQ
20:18:22@dstansby:matrix.orgdstansbyThe last telecon I can see on that calendar was in January
20:18:32@dstansby:matrix.orgdstansby * The last telecon I can see on that calendar was in January
22:01:49@juliebarnum:matrix.orgJulie Barnum (LASP-CU)
In reply to @dstansby:matrix.org
That looks like a generic google calendar link - I'm using this one that's linked from the heliopython.org site: https://calendar.google.com/calendar?cid=NG42Z3YyaWZncDZyZ25rOGF1N2pzZjF1azBAZ3JvdXAuY2FsZW5kYXIuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbQ
Oops - I thought I'd added the meetings to the proper calendar, but had the wrong calendar checked, apparently. I'll add them to the right one. They're on a calendar somewhere with the right dates... :)
22:02:07@dstansby:matrix.orgdstansbyHaha, fab, thanks a lot!
22:02:13@juliebarnum:matrix.orgJulie Barnum (LASP-CU)I had been getting to the calendar via the heliopython site as well, but somehow the PyHc calendar wasn't autochecked.
7 Apr 2020
09:40:32@dstansby:matrix.orgdstansbyFor reviewing packages, it might be nice to have an issue template, with all the criteria that people can fill out and tick the boxes (like JOSS does for reviews: https://github.com/openjournals/joss-reviews/issues/1832)
09:40:41@dstansby:matrix.orgdstansbyI might try and put one together today
15:50:15@namurphy:matrix.orgNick Murphy Yeah, having an issue template for that sounds like a good idea. Thanks, dstansby!
16:18:13@juliebarnum:matrix.orgJulie Barnum (LASP-CU)Excellent idea, thanks!
16:35:46@namurphy:matrix.orgNick Murphy Question: The summer internship program at the CfA will probably be done remotely. The students fortunately all have laptops, but not all of them have access to reliable high-speed internet. Some of the projects will involve working with a large number of AIA observations, so data transfer and usage may be challenging. Are there good cloud computing options that you would recommend for observational solar physics work?
16:58:42@wtbarnes:matrix.orgwtbarnes Nick Murphy: outside of a few prototypes, no not really
16:59:32@wtbarnes:matrix.orgwtbarnesBut I know this is something the AIA team is VERY interested in improving so it may be worth engaging with them directly.
17:00:10@wtbarnes:matrix.orgwtbarnesAnd this sounds like a really good use case as well and a good prototype for what doing solar physics "in the cloud" could look like
17:00:30@wtbarnes:matrix.orgwtbarnesAlternatively, if the CfA has some HPC resources at its disposal, this could be an option as well.
17:03:41@namurphy:matrix.orgNick Murphy Thanks, wtbarnes! I'll pass that along to the REU coordinators. The CfA does indeed have some HPC resources, which was another thing they were going to start looking into.
18:02:52@cadair:cadair.comCadairYou might also be able to get a cloud credits grant?
18:04:04@namurphy:matrix.orgNick MurphyInteresting! We should look into that.
18:04:04@cadair:cadair.comCadairAlthough someone would need to set up a platform
18:04:35@cadair:cadair.comCadairI think all the main cloud vendors have a grant program
18:05:55@namurphy:matrix.orgNick MurphyThanks!
21:01:18@namurphy:matrix.orgNick Murphy Julie Barnum (LASP-CU) and I were just discussing the possibility of having a PyHC tea/coffee video chat once a week for perhaps a half an hour or so. Does this sound worth setting up?
8 Apr 2020
10:45:08@dstansby:matrix.orgdstansbyThere are lots of "should" statements in the standards document
10:45:26@dstansby:matrix.orgdstansbyShould I include these as required criteria in the self assesment form or not?
10:45:58@dstansby:matrix.orgdstansbye.g. "Those releases should be made available through PyPI and Conda"
15:01:13@namurphy:matrix.orgNick MurphyMy vote would be to keep the "should" statements in there, but perhaps have separate sections for the optional and required criteria. Alternatively, we could put them in the order that they appear in the standards doc, and mark the "should" statements with "optional" or "recommended". The "must" statements could be marked with "required".
9 Apr 2020
21:43:05@namurphy:matrix.orgNick Murphy If anyone would be interested in an informal PyHC coffee/tea, please vote in this scheduling poll by early-ish on Monday. Thanks!

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