[Biopython-dev] Japanese translation of Tutorial & Cookbook
idoerg at burnham.org
Thu Nov 18 20:12:19 EST 2004
As a co-author of the BP T&B, let me be the first to congratulate and
thank you guys for what must have been a great effort. And thank you for
your kind words.
I don't believe that there are any Copyright/Licensing issues, as long
as you take care to name names.. which you did :)
Yasushi MASUDA wrote:
>Dear biopyhon-dev Team,
>I am a biopython user in Japan and pleased to tell you that a draft
>version of Japanese translation for "Biopython Tutorial & Cookbook"
>has been finished by Japanese uses (Takashi Ishida, Toshiya Sakai and
>Currently we are releasing HTML/PDF versions of the document at:
>under the Biopython Licence Agreement. (since I could not find
>copyright and licence notice in the original document, I put
>that on Introduction chapter in our translated version.)
>If you have any problems, or any idea for better place of the
>doucment and its source, please let me know.
>Biopython is very cool and powerful, and I hope it catches much more
>Japanese users (and worldwide, of course!) :)
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>Biopython-dev at biopython.org
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