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Re: [Pkg-opencl-devel] ROCm RFP

Yes, currently the mail volume in this list is actually not high.
The demand on hardware acceleration (e.g. ROCM, SYCL, CUDA) is
highly related to the deep learning community, and hence we are
reusing the same maintainer address. This will also benefit
future collaboration when we are building tensorflow-rocm,
pytorch-rocm, etc.

Intel's SYCL will be something to study when their discrete
cards are available. If there will be other developers interested
in maintaining the intel stack, I'll invite them to at lease
subscribe to this list.

On Wed, 2021-12-22 at 10:05 +0100, Christian Kastner wrote:
> Hi,
> On 16.12.21 21:41, Étienne Mollier wrote:
> > From quick lookup in rocm-cmake debian/control, the Maintainer
> > was set to debian-ai@lists.debian.org, so I assume this would be
> > the way to go?  (There might be objections that it might create
> > noise on the mailing list due to bug entries though, but let's
> > consider moving ahead this way for the time being; surely it is
> > possible to change that later.)
> Indeed, that's the correct Maintainer address (though the team name
> can
> vary - we have ROCm Team and Debian Deep Learning Team, for example.)
> The issue about possible bug noise has been discussed in the past but
> the overall consensus was that seeing everything is preferred for
> now,
> and one canalways change this later if it becomes a problem.
> Best,
> Christian

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