Uploading educational recording

Hello,

We have a recording of an informal education session on the topic of Scalar Evolution from Philip that was conducted in this week’s Loop Optimization WG telecon. We believe it is a valuable resource to share with the LLVM community and would like to seek your advice on where to host it. Please also kindly point me to the process (if any) that needs to be followed to get it uploaded.

Thanks,

Current (temporary) Link to the recording:
https://ibm.webex.com/recordingservice/sites/ibm/recording/playback/ce5e6223b85542f29e0e1dd208d3683a
password: gNpcF2XE
size: ~50 MB

Bardia Mahjour
Compiler Optimizations
IBM Toronto Software Lab

I apologize for the delay. We can probably host this on llvm.org. I’m not sure YouTube is the right spot for it but that is the other option. Do you have preference or know if how others do it?

-Tanya

I think that throwing these things on YouTube could help with
visibility, which is probably desirable if your intention is to
disseminate knowledge.

We definitely want to disseminate knowledge.

About the recording itself, there was video as well as Philip had some notes he was going through during the presentation. The video itself definitely isn’t as polished as what we get from the dev conferences, but it is not just an audio recording.

Perhaps it makes sense to have a separate channel on YouTube, with this type of (more informal) education sessions. I hope that we can do more of these in the future with the loop opt group, and perhaps some of the other groups that are meeting on a regular basis could do something as well (e.g., flang-dev).

Thanks,

Kit Barton, Ph.D.
STSM, Technical lead for LLVM on Power and XL Compilers
IBM Toronto Lab, C2/705/8200/MKM
8200 Warden Ave, Markham, L6G 1C7
(905) 413-3452
kbarton@ca.ibm.com

Its on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y07BE1og4VI&feature=youtu.be

Ok to tweet that is online?

-Tanya

Awesome - thank you!

Yup, I think it’s fine to tweet that it’s online.
If Philip Reames has a twitter and you happen to know it, I’d tag him as he is the presenter :slight_smile:

Thanks,

Kit Barton, Ph.D.
STSM, Technical lead for LLVM on Power and XL Compilers
IBM Toronto Lab, C2/705/8200/MKM
8200 Warden Ave, Markham, L6G 1C7
(905) 413-3452
kbarton@ca.ibm.com

@Philip_Reames

Hi Tanya,

Here’s another recording from today’s presentation on Loop Fission, by Ettore Tiotto. If you could put that on youtube that’d be appreciated.

https://ibm.webex.com/recordingservice/sites/ibm/recording/playback/63ed4270108941f3a90c035bc1845aa0
Password: YapHRpk6

Regards,

Bardia Mahjour
Compiler Optimizations
IBM Toronto Software Lab

graycol.gifTanya Lattner —2020/01/30 01:18:26 PM—Its on youtube: INVALID URI REMOVED