Commit 9a0c02b8 authored by Ciarán Ó Rourke's avatar Ciarán Ó Rourke
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Remove Lustre subtree

parent bd61e989
Pipeline #2155 skipped with stage
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#Proper Name <proper@email.xx> <commit@email.xx>
#Proper Name <proper@email.xx> Proper Name <commit@email.xx>
# Remap CVS to CFS
Alexander Zarochentsev <zam@clusterfs.com> <zam>
Alexey Lyashkov <shadow@clusterfs.com> <shadow>
Alex Zhuravlev <alex@clusterfs.com> <alex_tomas>
Andreas Dilger <adilger@clusterfs.com <uid707>
Andreas Dilger <adilger@clusterfs.com> <adilger>
Andrew Perepechko <panda@clusterfs.com> <panda>
Bobi Jam <bobijam@clusterfs.com> <bobijam>
Brian J. Murrell <brian@clusterfs.com> <brian>
Cliff White <cliffw@clusterfs.com> <cliffw>
Eric Barton <eeb@clusterfs.com> <eeb>
Eric Mei <ericm@clusterfs.com> <ericm>
Eric Mei <ericm@clusterfs.com> <meijia>
Hongchao Zhang <zhanghc@clusterfs.com> <zhanghc>
Isaac Huang <isaac@clusterfs.com> <isaac>
Jian Yu <yujian@clusterfs.com> <yujian>
Jinshan Xiong <jay@clusterfs.com> <jxiong>
Johann Lombardi <johann@clusterfs.com> <johann>
Lai Siyao <lsy@clusterfs.com> <lsy>
Liang Zhen <liang@clusterfs.com> <liangzhen>
Liu Ying <emoly@clusterfs.com> <liuy>
Mike Shaver <shaver@clusterfs.com> <shaver>
Mike Shaver <shaver@clusterfs.com> <uid23919>
Mikhail Pershin <tappro@clusterfs.com> <tappro>
Nathan Rutman <nathan@clusterfs.com> <nathan>
Nic Henke <nic@clusterfs.com> <nic>
Nikita Danilov <nikita@clusterfs.com> <nikita>
Niu Yawei <niu@clusterfs.com> <niu>
Oleg Drokin <green@clusterfs.com> <green>
Peter Braam <braam@clusterfs.com> <braam>
Peter Braam <braam@clusterfs.com> <uid34591>
Phil Schwan <phil@clusterfs.com> <phil>
Phil Schwan <phil@clusterfs.com> <pschwan>
Robert Read <rread@clusterfs.com> <rread>
Robert Read <rread@clusterfs.com> <robert.read>
Robert Read <rread@clusterfs.com> <uid723>
Vitaly Fertman <vitaly@clusterfs.com> <vitaly>
Vladimir Saveliev <vs@clusterfs.com> <vs>
Walter Poxon <walter@clusterfs.com> <walter>
Wang Di <wangdi@clusterfs.com> <wangdi>
Wang Di <wangdi@clusterfs.com> <uid721>
Wang Yibin <wangyb@clusterfs.com> <wangyb>
Yang Sheng <yangsheng@clusterfs.com> <yangsheng>
Yong Fan <fanyong@clusterfs.com> <fanyong>
Yury Umanets <yury@clusterfs.com> <yury>
Zach Brown <zab@clusterfs.com> <zab>
# Remap to Sun
Andreas Dilger <adilger@sun.com> <adilger@clusterfs.com>
Andrew Perepechko <andrew.perepechko@sun.com> anserper <anserper>
Andrew Perepechko <andrew.perepechko@sun.com> <panda@clusterfs.com>
Alexander Zarochentsev <Alexander.Zarochentsev@sun.com> Alexander.Zarochentsev <Alexander.Zarochentsev@sun.com>
Alexander Zarochentsev <Alexander.Zarochentsev@sun.com> Alexander.Zarochentev <alexander.zarochentev@sun.com>
Bobi Jam <bobijam@sun.com> <bobijam@clusterfs.com>
Brian J. Murrell <brian@sun.com> <brian@clusterfs.com>
Cliff White <cliff.white@sun.com> <cliffw@clusterfs.com>
Elena Gryaznova <grev@sun.com> <grev>
Eric Barton <eric.barton@sun.com> <eeb@clusterfs.com>
Eric Mei <eric.mei@sun.com> <ericm@clusterfs.com>
Fan Yong <yong.fan@sun.com> <fanyong@clusterfs.com>
Hongchao Zhang <Hongchao.Zhang@sun.com> hongchao.zhang <Hongchao.Zhang@sun.com>
Hongchao Zhang <Hongchao.Zhang@sun.com> ZhangHongChao <Hongchao.zhang@sun.com>
Hongchao Zhang <hongchao.zhang@sun.com> <zhanghc@clusterfs.com>
Isaac Huang <he.huang@sun.com> <isaac@clusterfs.com>
Jian Yu <jian.yu@sun.com> <yujian@clusterfs.com>
Johann Lombardi <johann@sun.com> <johann@clusterfs.com>
Liang Zhen <liang.zhen@sun.com> <liang@clusterfs.com>
LiuYing <emoly.liu@sun.com> <emoly@clusterfs.com>
Mikhail Pershin <tappro@sun.com> <tappro@clusterfs.com>
Mikhail Pershin <tappro@sun.com> Mike Tappro <tappro@sun.com>
Mikhail Pershin <tappro@sun.com> Mike Tappro <tappro@garden.(none)>
Nathan Rutman <nathan.rutman@sun.com> <nathan@clusterfs.com>
Nicolas Williams <nicolas.williams@sun.com> nicolas.williams <nicolas.williams>
Nicolas Williams <nicolas.williams@sun.com> <root@vl1.(none)>
Niu Yawei <niu.yawei@sun.com> <niu@clusterfs.com>
Oleg Drokin <oleg.drokin@sun.com> <green@clusterfs.com>
Oleg Drokin <oleg.drokin@sun.com> <green@linuxhacker.ru>
Pravin Shelar <Pravin.Shelar@sun.com> <pravin>
Pravin Shelar <Pravin.Shelar@sun.com> <pravins>
Pravin Shelar <Pravin.Shelar@sun.com> pravin <Pravin.Shelar@sun.com>
Ricardo M. Correia <ricardo.correia@sun.com> <rcorreia>
Robert Read <robert.read@sun.com> <rread@clusterfs.com>
Robert Read <robert.read@sun.com> <rread@vpn-129-150-244-142.sfbay.sun.com>
Vitaly Fertman <vitaly.fertman@sun.com> <vitaly@clusterfs.com>
Wang Yibin <wang.yibin@oracle.com>
Wang Di <tom.wang@sun.com> <wangdi@clusterfs.com>
Wang Di <tom.wang@sun.com> Tom.Wang <Tom.Wang@sun.com>
Yang Sheng <sheng.yang@sun.com> <yangsheng@clusterfs.com>
Yang Sheng <sheng.yang@sun.com> yangsheng <sheng.yang@sun.com>
# Remap to Oracle
Alex Zhuravlev <alexey.zhuravlev@oracle.com> <alex@clusterfs.com>
Andreas Dilger <andreas.dilger@oracle.com> <adilger@sun.com>
Andreas Dilger <andreas.dilger@oracle.com> <adilger@mookie.adilger.int>
Andrew Perepechko <andrew.perepechko@oracle.com> <andrew.perepechko@sun.com>
Brian J. Murrell <brian.murrell@oracle.com> <brian@sun.com>
Cliff White <cliff.white@oracle.com> <cliff.white@sun.com>
Dmitry Zogin <dmitry.zoguine@oracle.com> dzogin <dmitri.zoguine@sun.com>
Elena Gryaznova <elena.gryaznova@oracle.com> <grev@sun.com>
Eric Barton <eric.barton@oracle.com> <eric.barton@sun.com>
Eric Mei <eric.mei@oracle.com> <eric.mei@sun.com>
LiuYing <emoly.liu@oracle.com> <emoly.liu@sun.com>
Isaac Huang <he.h.huang@oracle.com> <he.huang@sun.com>
Jian Yu <jian.yu@oracle.com> <jian.yu@sun.com>
Jinshan Xiong <jinshan.xiong@oracle.com> Jay Xiong <jinshan.xiong@sun.com>
Johann Lombardi <johann.lombardi@oracle.com> <johann@sun.com>
Landen Tian <zhiyong.tian@oracle.com> <landen@sun.com>
Landen Tian <zhiyong.tian@oracle.com> Landen <zhiyong.tian@oracle.com>
LiuYing <emoly.liu@oracle.com> <emoly.liu@sun.com>
Mikhail Pershin <mikhail.pershin@oracle.com> <tappro@sun.com>
Minh Diep <minh.diep@oracle.com> <minhdiep@lts-head.co.cfs>
Minh Diep <minh.diep@oracle.com> <minh@clusterfs.com>
Nathan Rutman <nathan.rutman@oracle.com> <nathan.rutman@sun.com>
Oleg Drokin <oleg.drokin@oracle.com> <oleg.drokin@sun.com>
Ricardo M. Correia <ricardo.correia@oracle.com> <ricardo.correia@sun.com>
Robert Read <robert.read@oracle.com> <rread@sun.com>
Terry Rutledge <terry.rutledge@oracle.com> <stinson1947>
Terry Rutledge <terry.rutledge@oracle.com> <terry@.(none)>
Vitaly Fertman <vitaly.fertman@oracle.com> <vitaly.fertman@sun.com>
Wang Di <di.wang@oracle.com> Tom.Wang <Tom.Wang@sun.com>
Wang Di <di.wang@oracle.com> di wang <di.wang@oracle.com>
Yang Sheng <sheng.yang@oracle.com> <sheng.yang@sun.com>
Yang Sheng <sheng.yang@oracle.com> yangsheng <sheng.yang@oracle.com>
# Remap to Seagate
Alexander Boyko <alexander.boyko@seagate.com> <alexander_boyko@xyratex.com>
Artem Blagodarenko <artem.blagodarenko@seagate.com> <artem_blagodarenko@xyratex.com>
Alexander Zarochentsev <Alexander_Zarochentsev@xyratex.com> Alexander.Zarochentsev <Alexander.Zarochentev@xyratex.com>
Alexander Zarochentsev <alexander.zarochentsev@seagate.com> <alexander_zarochentsev@xyratex.com>
Alexey Lyashkov <alexey.lyashkov@seagate.com> <alexey_lyashkov@xyratex.com>
Alexey Lyashkov <alexey_lyashkov@xyratex.com> <alexey_yashkov@xyratex.com>
Andrew Perepechko <andrew.perepechko@seagate.com> <andrew_perepechko@xyratex.com>
Andriy Skulysh <andriy_skulysh@xyratex.com> Andriy.Skulysh <Andriy_Skulysh@xyratex.com>
Andriy Skulysh <andriy.skulysh@seagate.com> <andriy_skulysh@xyratex.com>
Bruce Korb <bruce_korb@xyratex.com> <bruce.korb@gmail.com>
Elena Grayaznova <elena.gryaznova@seagate.com> <elena_gryaznova@xyratex.com>
Elena Grayaznova <elena.gryaznova@seagate.com> Elena V. Gryaznova <elena.gryaznova@seagate.com>
Kyrylo Shatskyy <kyrylo.shatskyy@seagate.com> <kyrylo_shatskyy@xyratex.com>
Nathan Rutman <nathan.rutman@seagate.com> <nathan_rutman@xyratex.com>
Nathan Rutman <nathan.rutman@seagate.com> <nathan.rutman@xyratex.com>
Nikitas Angelinas <nikitas.angelinas@seagate.com> <nikitas_angelinas@xyratex.com>
Parinay Kondekar <parinay.kondekar@seagate.com> <parinay_kondekar@xyratex.com>
Rahul Deshmukh <rahul.deshmukh@seagate.com> <rahul_deshmukh@xyratex.com>
Sergey Cheremencev <sergey.cheremencev@seagate.com> <sergey_cheremencev@xyratex.com>
Vitaly Fertman <vitaly.fertman@seagate.com> <vitaly_fertman@xyratex.com>
Vinayakswami Hariharmath <vinayakswami.hariharmath@seagate.com> <vinayakswami.hariharmath@clogeny.com>
Vladimir Saveliev <vladimir.saveliev@seagate.com> <vladimir_saveliev@xyratex.com>
# Remap to Cray
Alexander Boyko <c17825@cray.com> <alexander.boyko@seagate.com>
Alexander Zarochentsev <c17826@cray.com> <alexander.zarochentsev@seagate.com>
Alexey Lyashkov <c17817@cray.com> <alexey.lyashkov@seagate.com>
Andrew Perepechko <c17827@cray.com> <andrew.perepechko@seagate.com>
Andriy Skulysh <c17819@cray.com> <andriy.skulysh@seagate.com>
Artem Blagodarenko <c17828@cray.com> <artem.blagodarenko@seagate.com>
Elena Gryaznova <c17455@cray.com> <elena.gryaznova@seagate.com>
Elena Gryaznova <c17455@cray.com> Elena V. Gryaznova <c17455@cray.com>
Nathan Rutman <nrutman@cray.com> <nathan.rutman@seagate.com>
Nikitas Angelinas <nangelinas@cray.com> <nikitas.angelinas@seagate.com>
Sergey Cheremencev <c17829@cray.com> <sergey.cheremencev@seagate.com>
Vitaly Fertman <c17818@cray.com> <vitaly.fertman@seagate.com>
Vladimir Saveliev <c17830@cray.com> <vladimir.saveliev@seagate.com>
# Remap to Whamcloud
Alex Zhuravlev <bzzz@whamcloud.com> <alexey.zhuravlev@oracle.com>
Andreas Dilger <adilger@whamcloud.com> <andreas.dilger@oracle.com>
Andreas Dilger <adilger@whamcloud.com> <andreas.dilger@whamcloud.com>
Brian J. Murrell <brian@whamcloud.com> <brian.murrell@oracle.com>
Cliff White <cliffw@whamcloud.com> <cliff.white@oracle.com>
Emoly Liu <emoly@whamcloud.com> LiuYing <emoly.liu@oracle.com>
Eric Barton <eeb@whamcloud.com> <eric.barton@oracle.com>
Fan Yong <yong.fan@whamcloud.com> <Yong.Fan@sun.com>
Fan Yong <yong.fan@whamcloud.com> nasf <yong.fan@whamcloud.com>
Hongchao Zhang <hongchao.zhang@whamcloud.com> <Hongchao.Zhang@sun.com>
Hongchao Zhang <hongchao.zhang@whamcloud.com> hongchao.zhang <Hongchao.Zhang@sun.com>
Isaac Huang <isaac@whamcloud.com> <he.h.huang@oracle.com>
Jian Yu <yujian@whamcloud.com> <jian.yu@oracle.com>
Jian Yu <yujian@whamcloud.com> Yu Jian <yujian@whamcloud.com>
Jinshan Xiong <jinshan.xiong@whamcloud.com> <jinshan.xiong@oracle.com>
Jinshan Xiong <jinshan.xiong@whamcloud.com> <jay@whamcloud.com>
Johann Lombardi <johann@whamcloud.com> <johann.lombardi@oracle.com>
Lai Siyao <laisiyao@whamcloud.com> <lsy@clusterfs.com>
Li Wei <liwei@whamcloud.com> <W.Li@sun.com>
Liang Zhan <liang@whamcloud.com> Liang Zhen <zhen.liang@sun.com>
Liang Zhen <liang@whamcloud.com> Liang Zhan <liang@whamcloud.com>
Mikhail Pershin <tappro@whamcloud.com> <mikhail.pershin@oracle.com>
Mikhail Pershin <tappro@whamcloud.com> Mike Pershin <tappro@whamcloud.com>
Minh Diep <mdiep@whamcloud.com> <minh.diep@oracle.com>
Niu Yawei <niu@whamcloud.com> <niu.yawei@oracle.com>
Oleg Drokin <green@whamcloud.com> <oleg.drokin@oracle.com>
Oleg Drokin <green@whamcloud.com> <green@whamcloud.com
Robert Read <rread@whamcloud.com> <robert.read@oracle.com>
Wang Di <di.wang@whamcloud.com> <di.wang@oracle.com>
Wang Di <di.wang@whamcloud.com> Di Wang <di.wang@whamcloud.com>
Wang Di <di.wang@whamcloud.com> Wang di <di.wang@whamcloud.com>
Wang Di <di.wang@whamcloud.com> wang di <di.wang@whamcloud.com>
Wang Di <di.wang@whamcloud.com> wangdi <di.wang@whamcloud.com>
Wei Liu <sarah@whamcloud.com> Wei3 Liu <w3liu@unknown000dc5d3c256.gateway.2wire.net>
Wei Liu <sarah@whamcloud.com> sarah <sarah@whamcloud.com>
Yang Sheng <ys@whamcloud.com> <sheng.yang@oracle.com>
Yang Sheng <ys@whamcloud.com> yang sheng <ys@whamcloud.com>
Yang Sheng <ys@whamcloud.com> YangSheng <ys@whamcloud.com>
# Remap to Intel
#Alex Zhuravlev <alexey.zhuravlev@intel.com> <bzzz@whamcloud.com>
Andreas Dilger <andreas.dilger@intel.com> Anreas Dilger <andreas.dilger@intel.com>
#Andreas Dilger <andreas.dilger@intel.com> <adilger@whamcloud.com>
Bob Glossman <bob.glossman@intel.com> <bogl@whamcloud.com>
#Bobi Jam <bobijam.xu@intel.com> <bobijam@whamcloud.com>
Brian J. Murrell <brian.murrell@intel.com> <brian@whamcloud.com>
Bruno Faccini <bruno.faccini@intel.com> <bfaccini62@gmail.com>
Chris Gearing <chris.gearing@intel.com> Chris <chris@whamcloud.com>
Cliff White <cliff.white@intel.com> <cliffw@whamcloud.com>
Cliff White <cliff.white@intel.com> <cliffwhi@intel.com>
Dmitry Eremin <dmitry.eremin@intel.com> <dmiter4ever@gmail.com>
Doug Oucharek <doug.s.oucharek@intel.com> <doug@whamcloud.com>
#Emoly Liu <emoly.liu@intel.com> <emoly@whamcloud.com>
Eric Barton <eric.barton@intel.com> <eeb@intel.com>
Fan Yong <fan.yong@intel.com> <yong.fan@whamcloud.com>
Hongchao Zhang <hongchao.zhang@intel.com> <hongchao.zhang@whamcloud.com>
#Jian Yu <jian.yu@intel.com> <yujian@whamcloud.com>
Jinshan Xiong <jinshan.xiong@intel.com> <jay@whamcloud.com>
Jinshan Xiong <jinshan.xiong@intel.com> Jinshan <jinshan.xiong@intel.com>
Jinshan Xiong <jinshan.xiong@intel.com> <jinshan.xiong@whamcloud.com>
Johann Lombardi <johann.lombardi@intel.com> Johann Lombard <johann.lombardi@intel.com>
Johann Lombardi <johann.lombardi@intel.com> <johann@whamcloud.com>
John L. Hammond <john.hammond@intel.com> <johnlockwoodhammond@gmail.com>
#John L. Hammond <john.hammond@intel.com> <jhammond@whamcloud.com>
Keith Mannthey <keith.mannthey@intel.com> <keith@whamcloud.com>
Lai Siyao <lai.siyao@intel.com> <laisiyao@whamcloud.com>
Li Wei <wei.g.li@intel.com> <liwei@whamcloud.com>
Liang Zhen <liang.zhen@intel.com> <liang@whamcloud.com>
#Mikhail Pershin <mike.pershin@intel.com> <tappro@whamcloud.com>
Mikhail Pershin <mike.pershin@intel.com> <mike.pershin@intel.com>
#Minh Diep <min.diep@intel.com> <mdiep@whamcloud.com>
Niu Yawei <niu.yaweh@intel.com> <niu@whamcloud.com>
#Oleg Drokin <oleg.drokin@intel.com> <green@whamcloud.com>
Oleg Drokin <oleg.drokin@intel.com> <green@intel.com>
Richard Henwood <richard.henwood@intel.com> <build@lgit-121.(none)>
Richard Henwood <richard.henwood@intel.com> <rhenwood@whamcloud.com>
Robert Read <robert.read@intel.com> <robert.read.@intel.com>
Sonia Sharma <sonia.sharma@intel.com> <sonia.sharma@intel.com>
Wang Di <di.wang@intel.com> <di.wang@whamcloud.com>
Wang Di <di.wang@intel.com> <di.wang@intel.com>
Wei Liu <wei3.liu@intel.com> <w3liu@unknown000dc5d3c256.gateway.2wire.net>
#Wei Liu <wei3.liu@intel.com> <sarah@whamcloud.com>
Wei Li <wei.g.li@intel.com> <liwei@whamcloud.com>
Yang Sheng <yang.sheng@intel.com> <yang.sheng@intel.com>
#Yang Sheng <yang.sheng@intel.com> <ys@whamcloud.com>
# Remap to Whamcloud2
Alex Zhuravlev <bzzz@whamcloud.com> <alexey.zhuravlev@intel.com>
Amir Shehata <ashehata@whamcloud.com> <amir.shehata@intel.com>
Andreas Dilger <adilger@whamcloud.com> <andreas.dilger@intel.com>
Andreas Dilger <adilger@whamcloud.com> <adilger@dilger.ca>
Bobi Jam <bobijam@whamcloud.com> <bobijam.xu@intel.com>
Emoly Liu <emoly@whamcloud.com> <emoly.liu@intel.com>
Hongchao Zhang <hongchao@whamcloud.com> <hongchao.zhang@intel.com>
James Nunez <jnunez@whamcloud.com> <james.a.nunez@intel.com>
Jian Yu <yujian@whamcloud.com> <jian.yu@intel.com>
John L. Hammond <jhammond@whamcloud.com> <john.hammond@intel.com>
Joseph Gmitter <jgmitter@whamcloud.com> <joseph.gmitter@intel.com>
Lai Siyao <lai.siyao@whamcloud.com> <lai.siyao@intel.com>
Li Dongyang <dongyangli@ddn.com> <dongyang.li@anu.edu.au>
Li Dongyang <dongyangli@ddn.com> <dongyangli@ddn.com>
Li Xi <lixi@ddn.com> <pkuelelixi@gmail.com>
Mikhail Pershin <mpershin@whamcloud.com> <tappro@whamcloud.com>
Mikhail Pershin <mpershin@whamcloud.com> <mike.pershin@intel.com>
Mikhail Pershin <mpershin@whamcloud.com> <mpershin@whamcloud.com>
Minh Diep <mdiep@whamcloud.com> <minh.diep@intel.com>
Nathaniel Clark <nclark@whamcloud.com> <nathaniel.l.clark@intel.com>
Oleg Drokin <green@whamcloud.com> <oleg.drokin@intel.com>
Patrick Farrell <pfarrell@whamcloud.com> <paf@cray.com>
Sonia Sharma <sharmaso@whamcloud.com> <sonia.sharma@intel.com>
Wang Shilong <wshilong@whamcloud.com> wshilong@ddn.com>
Wei Liu <sarah@whamcloud.com> <wei3.liu@intel.com>
Yang Sheng <ys@whamcloud.com> <yang.sheng@intel.com>
# Remap to HPE
Alexander Boyko <alexander.boyko@hpe.com> <c17825@cray.com>
Alexander Zarochentsev <alexander.zarochentsev@hpe.com> <c17826@cray.com>
Alexey Lyashkov <alexey.lyashkov@hpe.com> <c17817@cray.com>
Andrew Perepechko <andrew.perepechko@hpe.com> <c17827@cray.com>
Andriy Skulysh <andriy.skulysh@hpe.com> <c17819@cray.com>
Artem Blagodarenko <artem.blagodarenko@hpe.com> <c17828@cray.com>
Chris Horn <chris.horn@hpe.com> <hornc@cray.com>
Chuck Fossen <charles.fossen@hpe.com> <chuckf@cray.com>
Elena Gryaznova <elena.gryaznova@hpe.com> <c17455@cray.com>
Nathan Rutman <nathan.rutman@hpe.com> <nrutman@cray.com>
Nikitas Angelinas <nikitas.angelinas@hpe.com> <nangelinas@cray.com>
Petros Koutoupis <petros.koutoupis@hpe.com> <pkoutoupis@cray.com>
Sergey Cheremencev <sergey.cheremencev@hpe.com> <c17829@cray.com>
Shaun Tancheff <shaun.tancheff@hpe.com> <stancheff@cray.com>
Vitaly Fertman <vitaly.fertman@hpe.com> <c17818@cray.com>
Vladimir Saveliev <vlaidimir.saveliev@hpe.com> <c17830@cray.com>
# Others
Brian Behlendorf <behlendorf1@llnl.gov> <behlendo>
Christopher J. Morrone <morrone2@llnl.gov> <morrone>
Frank Zago <fzago@cray.com> <frank@zago.net>
Gregoire Pichon <gregoire.pichon@atos.net> <gregoire.pichon@bull.net>
Jacques-Charles LaFoucriere <jacques-charles.lafoucriere@cea.fr> jcl <jacques-charles.lafoucriere@cea.fr>
Jacques-Charles LaFoucriere <jacques-charles.lafoucriere@cea.fr> jcl <jc.lafoucriere@cea.fr>
#James Simmons <simmonsja@ornl.gov> <uja.ornl@yahoo.com>
#James Simmons <simmonsja@ornl.gov> <uja.ornl@gmail.com>
James Simmons <uja.ornl@yahoo.com> <uja.ornl@gmail.com>
Jinshan Xiong <jinshan.xiong@uber.com> <jinshan.xiong@intel.com>
Jinshan Xiong <jinshan.xiong@uber.com> <jinshan.xiong@gmail.com>
Ned Bass <bass6@llnl.gov> <bass6@llnl.gov>
Thomas Stibor <t.stibor@gsi.de> <thomas@stibor.net>
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