What are these pages?
This is the new location for documentation created and used by LBNE members, mostly those located at BNL. As of October 2014, these pages are deployed with the following goals in mind:
- To evaluate Mediawiki as a promising Collaborative Tool.
- To provide an immediate solution for LBNE need to easy to use and powerful content management system.
- To create a "single point of entry" (or "portal") for the Software and Computing (and other) web documentation and collaborative content. We do not intend or replace or supercede DocDB, or replace pages for software projects which rely on useful repository integration in Redmine etc.
Among other things, Mediawiki (the platform used to create these pages) is the principal framework used by www.wikipedia.org. Reasons for which we decided to evaluate Mediawiki are documented on a separate page. If you have questions or comments, please write to Maxim and Brett (potekhin AT bnl.gov, bv AT bnl.gov). There are useful links and information for getting started with this tool, in the Help entry of the navigation bar on the left.
Information for new members
If you just joined LBNE, welcome aboard! Information for new members.
Current and future prototypes
Physics, planning, general interest
- LBNE in the news
- The Long-Baseline Neutrino Experiment: Exploring Fundamental Symmetries of the Universe
- P5 report
- Official LBNE page at FNAL
- "LBNE at Work", a useful compendium of links
- LBNE Document Database at FNAL (a.k.a. DocDB). Password is required. There are many ways to query the system, and the most widely used is by the unique ID number assigned to the document by DocDB.
- "Redmine". An integrated project and content management system used at FNAL (LBNE pages).
- FIFE - Fabric for Frontier Experiments. A project at FNAL aiming to implement collaborative and shared solutions, mainly for the Intensity Frontier Experiments.
- Intensity Frontier Experiments
- Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL)
- BNL Physics Department
- Electronic Detector Group at BNL
- LBNE group at BNL: weekly/biweekly meeting
Please visit the LBNE Computing Web page. Some direct links: