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io500:rules:committee [2019/06/25 15:47]
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   -  By default, all submissions marked VALID by the io500.sh script are accepted. ​ However, any committee member can raise an objection if they think a submission violates any of the IO500 rules. ​ In typical situations, the committee will discuss the concerns with the submitter. ​ After this discussion, the committee will vote.  If 50% or more think the submission should be rejected, it will be rejected.   -  By default, all submissions marked VALID by the io500.sh script are accepted. ​ However, any committee member can raise an objection if they think a submission violates any of the IO500 rules. ​ In typical situations, the committee will discuss the concerns with the submitter. ​ After this discussion, the committee will vote.  If 50% or more think the submission should be rejected, it will be rejected.
   -  All requests for media interviews are discussed by the full committee who most unanimously decide how to respond.   -  All requests for media interviews are discussed by the full committee who most unanimously decide how to respond.
 +  - All announcements (via email, twitter, etc) must be approved ahead of time by the entire committee and must be signed as the IO500 committee
 +    -  An announcement is any newly initiated thread
 +  - All replies to questions initiated by the community . . . 
 +    - . . . that cannot be answered with the existing documentation:​
 +      - The immediate answer: “The committee will discuss and get back to you within 48 hours”
 +      - Immediately create a board vote.
 +      - If 100% approval, then reply with the answer (signed by committee).
 +      - If less than 100% approval, but no dissent, then reply with ‘preliminary answer’ (signed by committee).
 +      - If dissent, then we must wait until the next meeting to officially reply. ​ Reply in meantime with, “Committee will need more time to discuss”
 +    - . . . that can be answered with existing documentation (e.g. virtual machines and 10 Node Challenge) or is a technical question not directly related to IO500 (e.g. how to compile IOR)
 +      - An individual committee member can reply and sign as an individual.
 +  - All lists of names should follow alphabetical order
 +    - For casual material, first name ordering is fine
 +    - For official purposes, last name ordering should be used
 +      - Bibtex, any documentation about the list or the benchmarks should use {author: IO500 Committee; editors: alpha names by last}
 +    - For academic publishing (e.g., analysis of the list), name order should follow contribution effort. If equal contributions,​ then follow the other rules.
 +
  
 The committee can be reached at [[committee@io500.org]]. The committee can be reached at [[committee@io500.org]].