Attendees:

Notes:

  • Christopher Waters 
    • Putting together a report for calibrations.
    • Sasquatch at the summit.
    • Bias and PTC are the most important to get in
      • Dark would be nice as well.
    • The electrometer data is not useful at the moment
      • But will be required for dense PTC/linearity data.
  • Merlin Fisher-Levine 
    • EFD discovery layer is going to change.
      • This will change the authentication.
    • Robert Lupton posted in the OCPS slack channel asking about OCPS/condor/rapid analysis details.
      • Per-exposure/data-driven processing can be added to rapid analysis.
      • RubinTV could have calibration exposure residual figures added.
      • This is almost certainly something we will want to have.
  • Daniel Weatherill 
    • Working on analysis_tools tickets.
    • But also fixed ci_cpp re-running, which is super useful.
      • scons is now partially smarter, but we're running against a wall.
  • Agnès Ferté 
    • Mock unit tests merged last week.
    • Working on the new ISR task pipeline.
      • Beginning testing of calibration production.
    • Summit access confusion.
  • Eli Rykoff 
    • New defects are at the summit.
    • Linearity ticket is merged.
    • SSH can be configured to connect the USDF to summit directly.
    • Work in process to have the export not set permissions incorrectly.
    • Photometric reproducibility.
      • The aperture corrections are screwing up the scatter at the ~1% level.
      • Compensated top-hats are the new Compensated Gaussians.
    • Blocks for observing.
      • Are these ready to go?
      • Can we get these run this week?