[BioRuby] bioruby docs english translation?
tsw5 at duke.edu
Wed Apr 27 21:58:14 EDT 2005
Thanks for the help, everyone. Running rdoc on the code was a great idea (heh,
oops) and combined with the wiki that's at least a good start. I'll be keeping
an eye out for something more substantial in the future. Maybe I can help
contribute if I get a good enough grasp of the tools.
Toshiaki Katayama wrote:
> I'm really sorry about the lack of (English) documentations.
> The files that Moses attached seems to be removed by the list server.
> Additionally, contents of BioRuby.rd.ja, TODO.rd.ja, Tutorial.rd.ja
> files in doc directory are not updated for long time even in Japanese
> version (Moses, they are in Japanese EUC encoding).
> We, Japanese BioRuby develpers, are now considering to have a documentation
> camp in Japan and applying for a grant for that.
> I'm happy that someone can help me to developing English documentation
> when the Japanese version is updated.
> This year, I'll be at BOSC2005 and hopefully at BioHackathon,
> so it would also be nice to have a meeting there.
> Toshiaki Katayama
> Human Genome Center, Institute of Medical Science, University of Tokyo
> 4-6-1 Shirokanedai, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0071, Japan
> tel://+81-3-5449-5614, fax://+81-3-5449-5434
> BioRuby project http://bioruby.org/~k/
> GenomeNet/KEGG http://www.genome.jp/
> Human Genome Center http://www.hgc.jp/
> On 2005/04/27, at 15:47, Moses Hohman wrote:
>> I messed around with this a bit, using Babelfish and the faint traces
>> of a couple quarters of Japanese back in grad school. I am happy to
>> share, although I concentrated mostly on the TODO, with a bit of work
>> on the rest. Also, the translation is probably imperfect. You'll have
>> to open the files using the right Japanese encoding (which I forget).
>> These also might not be the latest versions--I tried this last fall
>> sometime. Without further ado and qualification, please find them
>> On Apr 27, 2005, at 12:14 AM, Todd Wasson wrote:
>>> Has anyone considered an attempt, even a rough one, at translating
>>> the included BioRuby.rd.ja, Design.rd.ja, KEGG_API.rd.ja, TODO.rd.ja,
>>> and Tutorial.rd.ja docs into english? I wish I were equipped to do
>>> it myself, but alas. I'm trying to push the use of ruby (and
>>> specifically bioruby) in my bioinformatics program here at Duke, but
>>> the wiki alone isn't sufficient documentation to help people along.
>>> I'm sure I'm not the first or last to ask, but I thought it was worth
>>> asking anyway. Thanks!
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