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(all): planning for today

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 Carl Friedrich
 Anto
-Remi
-Marko
-Romain
 Ronan
 Richard
 Armin
-Maciej
+Richard2
+Sarah
+Laurie
+Rami
+Manuel
 Lukas
-Sarah
-Edd
 
 People not present
 -------------------
 
+Edd
+Maciej
+Romain
+Remi
+Marko
 Olmo
 Tom
-Laurie
-Rami
-Manuel
-Richard2
 
 Tasks
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   threads or greenlets, probably by adding a thread-or-greenlet number
   prefix (see branch stmgc-c4 where we already add a thread num prefix)
 
-* general STM things (Remi, Armin) TINY BUG FIXED, PROGRESS
-
-* don't release the GIL in random places DONE
+* general STM things ONE STEP FORWARD, ONE STEP BACK
 
 * general Numpy things NO HARD BUGS IN TRACKER
 
-* make numpy.unicode_ not segfault (Romain, Ronan) IN PROGRESS
+* make numpy.unicode_ not segfault IN PROGRESS
 
-* track raw array out of bounds in lldebug builds
+* track raw array out of bounds in lldebug builds (Anto) IN PROGRESS
 
-* PyOpenCL (Marko) FIRST DEMO RUNNING
+* PyOpenCL FIRST DEMO RUNNING ON PYPY
 
 * fix some of the RPython nits that Edd found SOME PROGRESS
 
-* continue less-stringly-ops and other RPython cleanups (Ronan, Edd)
+* continue less-stringly-ops and other RPython cleanups MERGED
 
 * even better error messages for RPython DONE
 
 * programming (all)
 
-* JIT for xlispx (Richard, Carl Friedrich around) MINOR PROGRESS
+* JIT for xlispx (Richard, Carl Friedrich around) KIND OF TAIL RECURSIVE
 
 * explore Laurie's crazy scheme of persisting loop entry counts EXPERIMENTING
 
-* progress on refactoring resume data (Maciek, Carl Friedrich) FIGHTING
+* progress on refactoring resume data UNKNOWN QUANTUM STATE
 
-* progress on the documentation branch (Manuel, Rami) NICER GETTING STARTED/INTRODUCTION
+* progress on the documentation branch NICER GETTING STARTED/INTRODUCTION, RESHUFFLED SOME DOCS
 
 * Python 3 benchmarks (Richard2) PULL REQUEST SENT
 
 
 * start branch for Python 3.3
 
-* review the pypy-pyarray branch (Anto, Romain)
+* Python 2.7.5 branch (Rami, Richard2) MANY TESTS FAILING
+
+* review the pypy-pyarray branch (Anto, Romain) REVIEWED
 
 * general wizardry (Carl Friedrich; Armin)
 
-* try going back to the empty strategy (Lukas) BUG, RUN BENCHMARKS AGAIN
+* try going back to the empty strategy (Lukas, Carl Friedrich around) PROBABLY USELESS
 
 * look at this: https://bitbucket.org/pypy/pypy/pull-request/176/fixed-support-for-re-stdlib-274/diff
 
 * document how to mark failed tests that we would like to pass at some point (Armin, Ronan)
 
-* some tuning of jitviewer (Richard2, Edd)
+* some tuning of jitviewer (Richard2) UNCLEAR
 
-* CSP integration with tiny language (Sarah, Armin)
+* CSP integration with tiny language (Sarah, Armin around) CONTROL FLOW, JITTING, REFACTORING, TESTING
 
-* refactoring PyPy's bytecode dispatch loop (Laurie, Carl Friedrich around)
+* refactoring PyPy's bytecode dispatch loop DONE
+
+* refactor-translator branch (Manuel, Ronan, Laurie)
+
+* sanity check about jit hint placement (Richard, Carl Friedrich)
+
+* write sprint blog post (Carl Friedrich)
+
 
 Discussions planned
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 * STM dissemination round
 * roadmap planning
-* do we want pip installed on downloadable pypys? TODAY after lunch
+* do we want pip installed on downloadable pypys? YES! Rami will try to do it, Anto will be around
 * generalize jitviewer to other languages (Edd, Richard2, Maciek)
-* how to deal with really long-running processes (Anto)
+* how to deal with really long-running processes (Anto) DONE
 * LLVM discussion DONE