[SimGrid-user] Requesting video tutorials
martin.quinson at ens-rennes.fr
Sun Oct 15 13:05:00 CEST 2017
please keep these discussion to the public mailing list, as SimGrid is
more a collaborative effort than my own pet project ;)
As for the python bindings, that's definitely planned. The current
roadmap is to pursue the development of S4U, which will be the main
interface of SimGrid v4, and then work on proposing bindings to that
API in python and java at least. I think we're close from a
feature-complete S4U, since WRENCH  is already working on top of
S4U. One target of the next release is to convert all existing MSG
examples to S4U, to ensure that we're really feature complete.
Python, is interesting because it would allow to have SimGrid
simulations in Jupyter.
As for the CLion plugin, I'm not sure. I am rather an advocate of free
software when possible. Plus, what could such a plugin be useful for?
What feature would you like to see in such a tool? Do you have an
example of similar plugin for another project?
Thanks for your precious feedback,
On Sat, Oct 14, 2017 at 07:18:45AM -0400, Masoud Daghyani wrote:
> Dear Martin,
> Hope you are doing well.
> I was thinking about other ways that you could improve the SimGrid user
> interface. I would recommend to also make a* Plug-in* for the *CLion*
> <https://www.jetbrains.com/clion/> IDE (A cross-platform IDE for C and C++
> ). I can say this a super strong IDE, even better than Eclipse, specially
> for working in the Linux OS.
> In addition, it would be great if you could also find a way to make SimGrid
> be used by Python, which as you may know, it is a very popular programming
> language nowadays.
> Best Regards,
> On Sun, Oct 8, 2017 at 4:41 PM, Masoud Daghyani <msddaghyani at gmail.com>
> > Dear Martin,
> > Thank you for your email.
> > As I mentioned before, making video tutorials is still the best idea to
> > teach how to better use the SimGrid to the scientists & students, either
> > made by the owners and designers of the simulator, or by the community.
> > Apart from announcing the latest releases of SimGrid, you could add some
> > brief descriptions of features and uses of the simulator, video and text
> > tutorials and etc. on twiter, Facebook and Instagram.
> > I personaly know lots of researchers who work in the distributing systems
> > area, but still know nothing about SimGrid. Using social media is the best
> > way of advertising .
> > Best Regards,
> > Masoud
> > On 8 Oct 2017 15:20, "Martin Quinson" <martin.quinson at ens-rennes.fr>
> > wrote:
> >> Dear Masoud,
> >> that's a good idea, but I must confess that I'm terribly bad at doing
> >> videos. In fact, I think that it'd be a good idea if such videos could
> >> come from the community. We'd be even glad to publicize such videos
> >> from the SimGrid webpage if they are useful to the users. The author
> >> would naturally retain the full copyright and benefits of such videos.
> >> As for the social media, I must confess that I'm not sure of how we
> >> could use them. New releases are usually announced on twitter, under
> >> the #SimGrid hashtag. What else could we communicate on such channel?
> >> Thanks for your valuable input,
> >> Mt.
> >> On Sat, Oct 07, 2017 at 02:15:52PM -0400, Masoud Daghyani wrote:
> >> > Dear Sir/Madam,
> >> >
> >> > I am a Master's student and based on my supervisor's recommendation, I
> >> am
> >> > going to hopefully use the SimGrid toolkit as part of my research
> >> thesis.
> >> >
> >> > I have carefully went through all the website and the tutorials,
> >> however, I
> >> > still have confusions regarding working with this magnificent tool. I
> >> > suggest that it could be a wonderful idea if you prepare some video
> >> > tutorials also about how to work with SimGrid.
> >> >
> >> > In addition, I would like to also suggest you to have some accounts in
> >> the
> >> > social media, such as twitter, Link din and Instagram, which could make
> >> a
> >> > chance for researches in all over the globe to know more and be update
> >> > regarding the SimGrid project.
> >> >
> >> > Your due consideration would be highly appreciated.
> >> >
> >> > Regards,
> >> > Masoud
> >> --
> >> A theory is falsifiable [(and therefore scientific) only] if the
> >> class of its potential falsifiers is not empty.
> >> -- Sir Karl Popper _The Logic of Scientific Discovery_ §21
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