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LSSw Sustainability Town Hall - Shared screen with speaker view
Todd Gamblin
16:03
Who’s the TBD 🙂
Lois McInnes
39:46
Recent article by Andy Terrel in SIAM News: https://sinews.siam.org/Details-Page/numfocus-a-fiscal-sponsor-of-scientific-software
Andy Terrel
41:46
😃
Anita Carleton
42:54
The study mentioned in my presentation Architecting the Future of Software Engineering: A National Agenda for Software Engineering Research & Development https://www.sei.cmu.edu/go/national-agenda
Todd Gamblin
01:10:39
We had someone respond to their first external PR submission with “who are you?”
Todd Gamblin
01:10:42
🙂
Todd Gamblin
01:23:15
We’ve benefitted a lot on Spack from contributions from the HEP community — they’re very attuned to the need for sustainability: https://hepsoftwarefoundation.org
James Willenbring
01:28:13
What is the impact of project management falling away on the sustainability of the projects? I can see that having developers remain is critical to sustainability but it seems some aspects of sustainability would suffer in the model where there is no direct project management support.
Andy Terrel
01:29:51
Managing tickets, organizing events, welcoming new members.
Lorraine Hwang
01:30:04
Maintaining the vision
Andy Terrel
01:30:18
having project management has certainly helped our bigger projects get more funding
Todd Gamblin
01:34:09
SNL also does comparatively more WFO than other labs
Lorraine Hwang
01:41:19
Thanks Mike for putting this together!
Anita Carleton
01:41:38
Great to meet everyone!
Theresa Windus
01:41:40
Thanks, Mike and co-organizers.
Anita Carleton
01:41:45
Thanks for the invite Mike!
Elaine Raybourn
01:42:06
Great discussion, thanks all