Dear MIDAS users,
A final reminder about the MIDAS workshop tomorrow. A couple reminders/notes:
1) Workshop will take place from 1PM-5:30PM (Vancouver time) on Aug 7.
2) A finalized agenda for the workshop is posted here:
Speakers should email me their talks beforehand and I will post them.
3) For those who want to participate remotely, we will be using bluejeans. The webpage for the bluejeans meeting is here:
I will start the connection ~20min before the start of the session; people calling in remotely might want to call early, so we can test the sound quality.
4) For those at TRIUMF, the meeting will be in the ISAC-II conference room.
> Dear MIDAS users,
> Here's further information on the third MIDAS workshop:
> 1) Workshop will take place from 1PM-5PM (Vancouver time) on Aug 7.
> 2) A mostly finalized agenda for the workshop is posted here:
> People are still welcome to email me if they want to present something. We should be able to add it to the schedule.
> 3) For those who want to participate remotely, we will be using bluejeans. The webpage for the bluejeans meeting is here:
> 4) For those at TRIUMF I will confirm the meeting room closer to the date.
> > Dear MIDAS users,
> > We would like to announce a third MIDAS workshop at TRIUMF on Aug 7, 2019.
> > Stefan Ritt will again be visiting TRIUMF at this time.
> > The overall goal of the workshop is to present new features in MIDAS, to discuss
> > future changes and to hear experiences from different experiments.
> > We expect that some participants will connect remotely to the workshop; we will
> > setup a video-conferencing option. The exact time of the workshop will be
> > decided later and will be optimized based on the geographic distribution of
> > remote attendees. So please let us know if you want to attend remotely. We are
> > also happy for people to come in person to TRIUMF.
> > A (very) preliminary agenda includes
> > - New default mhttpd pages and new APIs for custom pages
> > - Conversion of MIDAS to C++
> > - new C++ based frontend framework (tmfe and mvodb from ALPHA-g)
> > - MySQL/Postgres database for storing ODB configurations
> > - Plans for updating history plotting
> > - Using MIDAS with an online trigger farm
> > - new C++ multithreaded flow analyzer (manalyzer from ALPHA-g)
> > But please suggest other topics; we also hope to hear reports from particular
> > experiments.
> > Sincerely,
> > Thomas (on behalf of MIDAS developers)