Changes between Version 94 and Version 95 of access/UmPartnersTechnicalInfrastructureProject


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    55== Revision status
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    7  * [Michael Naughton 15/02/2019] '''Work in progress:''' This page is currently being updated for BoM 2019-20 plans.  Information below is subject to change.  This update is for Bureau parts only; CSIRO contributions have been preserved unchanged, moved into separate section from BoM contributions.
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    9  * [Michael Naughton 11/11/2018] '''Work in progress:''' This page is currently being updated for 2019-20 plans.  Information below is subject to change.  Initial update is for Bureau parts only; CSIRO parts will not be changed; i.e. they will still refer to previous CSIRO plans until they are updated.
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    11  * [Michael Naughton 11/11/2018] [wiki:UMTIPBoMTagPlanning]
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     7 * [Michael Naughton 18/02/2019] '''Work in progress:''' This page has been updated with draft version of BoM 2019-20 plans.  These plans are being provided to UMTIP Project Manager and BoM staff to review their sections, and make changes as required.  Information below is subject to change.  This update is for Bureau parts only; CSIRO contributions have been preserved unchanged, moved into separate section from BoM contributions.
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    149== Overview ==
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    16 The UM Partnership Technical Infrastructure Project (UMTIP) is a collaborative project involving the core and associate UM Partnership members.  Project documentation is available on the [https://code.metoffice.gov.uk/trac/TI Technical Infrastructure TRAC wiki], which contains a list of the UMTIP Work Packages.  Further top-level programme information is contined in the [https://code.metoffice.gov.uk/trac/TI/wiki/TIAG Technical Advisory Group (TAG)] sub-page.  The project [https://code.metoffice.gov.uk/trac/TI/wiki/TIAG/ProgrammeVisionStatement vision statement] therein gives the context, purpose, scope and goals of the project.
     11The UM Partnership Technical Infrastructure Project (UMTIP) is a collaborative project involving the core and associate UM Partnership members.  Project documentation is available on the [https://code.metoffice.gov.uk/trac/TI Technical Infrastructure TRAC wiki], which contains a list of the UMTIP Work Packages.  Further top-level programme information is contained in the [https://code.metoffice.gov.uk/trac/TI/wiki/TIAG Technical Advisory Group (TAG)] sub-page.  The project [https://code.metoffice.gov.uk/trac/TI/wiki/TIAG/ProgrammeVisionStatement vision statement] therein gives the context, purpose, scope and goals of the project.
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    1813Participation of core members (UK Met Office, Bureau-CSIRO, KMA, NCMRWF and NIWA) is part of the UM Licence Agreement.  Under the terms of the UM Licence Agreement, the UM core partners have each agreed to 4 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) staff commitment to this programme.  In the ACCESS case, the commitment is 2 FTEs each for BoM and CSIRO.  The ARCCSS/CLEX is not required to have a formal resource commitment to the partnership, but they are also involved in the project as an UM associate member.
     
    2318== BoM 2019-2020 contributions ==
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    25 For 2018-19, work packages have been divided into primary and secondary priority groups.  This wiki page follows the same order as in the UM Partner TI Project 2018-19 Work Plan word document (see [wiki:UmPartnersTechnicalInfrastructureProject#PartnershipWorkPlandocumentlinks links section below]).  The primary work packages are the major focus of UMTIP activities.  Work in the secondary packages is still able to contribute to the UMTIP programme, but it is not being actively managed or monitored.  There are 5 high priority areas: TIAN, TICT, TIDA, TISD, TIEX; these are the same as 2017-18, except that TIEX (Exascale-LFRIC development) replaces TIVE (Verification).  We also have TIAG in the list below, covering TAG and other management activities.
     20For 2019-20, a number of high priority work packages are the main focus of planning activity.  These will have regular video-conferences and progress highlight reports.  Further information on TAG planning is available in the TAG section of the MOSRS TI project.
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    2722'''In the lists below, work is classified into Consortium Development (CD) and Local Implementation (LI) components.'''
     
    3934   * LI: Michael Naughton, Peter May, Tony Hirst, Robin Bowen engage in management activities to plan and deliver Bureau TIP contribution. (0.1)
    4035 * CSIRO contacts and contributors: Martin Dix, Rachel Law, Helen Cleugh
    41  * ARCCSS/CLEX contacts and contributors: Scott Wales
     36 * CLEX contacts and contributors: Scott Wales
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    4338=== High priority work packages
     
    6863   * Note that Bureau UM optimisation work is recorded in the [wiki:UmPartnersTechnicalInfrastructureProject#TIHP:HighPerformanceOptimisationandBenchmarkingUPDATEDTIHP TIHP] work package below.
    6964 * CSIRO contacts and contributors: Martin Dix
    70  * ARCCSS contacts and contributors: Scott Wales
     65 * CLEX contacts and contributors: Scott Wales
    7166 * NCI contacts and contributors: Ben Evans, Dale Roberts and others
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    9691   * LI: Keep in step with latest versions of Met Office NWP and Seasonal suites. (0.2)
    9792 * CSIRO points of contact and contributors: Martin Dix
    98  * ARCCSS points of contact and contributors: Scott Wales
     93 * CLEX points of contact and contributors: Scott Wales
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    10095=== TIRS: Rose & Cylc Development
     
    133128 * BoM FTE's: 0.2 (CD: 0.1; LI: 0.1)
    134129 * CSIRO contacts and contributors: Martin Dix
    135  * ARCCSS/CLEX contacts and contributors: Scott Wales
     130 * CLEX contacts and contributors: Scott Wales
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    137132=== TIHP: High Performance Optimisation and Benchmarking