[Biopython-dev] hey biopython devs ...
idoerg at burnham.org
Sun Mar 12 23:20:23 UTC 2006
OK, so if nobody objects, lets go with the wiki option. This will
minimize work for all involved, and from what I've seen the wiki seems
like an improvement.
I understand there is a time constraint. But if there is any work needed
on my part, can it keep until Thursday?
Michiel De Hoon wrote:
> Thanks, Chris.
>> I've just completed moving all mailing lists off of the old
>> portal.open-bio.org server. All OBF lists are hosted off of "http://
>> lists.open-bio.org" now and the python lists were the last to be
>> moved (a few minutes ago).
> Note though that the biopython mailing archive source file was damaged about
> a year ago (see this post:
> http://www.biopython.org/pipermail/biopython/2005-March/002557.html). I have
> bits and pieces of the old mailing archive from which we can probably put
> together a full archive, but I don't have the necessary file permissions to
> fix this. Is there some way to solve this?
>> I understand the Biopython site is based on Quixote, which personally I
>> always found rather flummoxing. I see three options:
> I don't have a strong opinion about this. I don't know much about Quixote
> except for using it a couple of times to make some minor changes to the
> Biopython website. If somebody likes Plone or Wiki better, I'm all for it.
> Michiel de Hoon
> Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
> Columbia University
> 1150 St Nicholas Avenue
> New York, NY 10032
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