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IS-ENES2 Configuration Management Workshop - 23 and 24 September 2013

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Sep 23, 2013 09:00 AM to Sep 24, 2013 01:00 PM (Europe/Vienna / UTC200)
Met Office in Exeter, UK
Contact Name
Reinhard Budich (ZMAW)
Mick Carter (Met Office)
Arnaud Caubel (IPSL)
Kerstin Fieg (DKRZ)
Marie-Alice Foujols (IPSL)
Glenn Greed (Met Office)
Deike Kleberg (MPI-M)
Luis Kornblueh (ZMAW)
Sonia Labetoulle (IPSL)
Dave Matthews (Met Office)
Jan Sellmann (ZMAW)
Stephane Senesi (MétéoFrance)
Matt Shin (Met Office)
Stuart Whitehouse (Met Office)
Karl-Hermann Wieners (ZMAW)
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IS-ENES2 networking activities are aimed to increase the pace of climate science employing modelling by sharing best practice in software environments for Earth System Models and encouraging more sharing of selected codes within the climate community.

This is the first IS-ENES2 workshop on "Configuration Management Tools". Its focus is on helping the community to share experiences across change management, configuration management, extract and build and to agree the scope and method of evaluation.

This workshop was held at the Met Office in Exeter, UK on Monday 23 and Tuesday 24 September 2013.


Click here to see the Agenda !

Workshop Presentations


Work Package Presentation (M. Carter)

An overview of FCM History (D. Matthews)

The FCM make system (M. Shin)

Experience using FCM make with the IFS model (D. Matthews)

Configuration management at ECMWF (G. Carver)

The IPSL experiment on the use of FCM build and objectives in IPSLCMx configurations (Arnaud Caubel)

The FCM code management tools (D. Matthews)

Expectations and Requirements for CM (L. Kornblueh)

Using GIT for Community Development (M. Shin)

The Unified Model change control process (S. Whitehouse)


Wider aspects of CM and VC (M. Carter)

Rosie Suite storage & discovery (D. Matthews)

CM Perspectives (V. Balaji)

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IS-ENES3 has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824084