[BioRuby] BioRuby Documentation effort

Toshiaki Katayama ktym at hgc.jp
Thu Jun 16 10:38:41 EDT 2005


I'm pleased to announce that we obtained a grant (very recently)
for the BioRuby development including documentations and unit tests.

We will be able to start developping shortly after the BOSC meeting  
next week.
I'm really appreciate if any of you could take part in this effort
and I'm happy to grant the CVS access (I believe Moses already have).

Let's start planning.  Does anybody here attend the BOSC2005?

Toshiaki Katayama

On 2005/06/15, at 2:59, Moses Hohman wrote:

> Sounds good to me. There are already some unit tests, but of course  
> more are welcome. rdoc seems like a good method to me, too. Toshiaki?
> Moses
> On Jun 13, 2005, at 4:16 PM, Pjotr Prins wrote:
>> The time has come to work on BioRuby documentation. I would like to
>> start a transparent process where people can contribute if they feel
>> like it.
>> We could use a Wiki, or something, but I prefer to work straight in
>> the sources, so we have it in one place, and use a tool like rdoc.  
>> For
>> this we would need CVS access. I would not like several people to  
>> work
>> on documentation and wait for patches applied by others. It would  
>> also
>> be good to add unit tests - and use those as code examples in the
>> documentation.
>> Can we develop a policy for this, so we can all see what is  
>> happening?
>> I suggest we allow documenters access to CVS - as long as they  
>> promise
>> not to touch other people's code (w.o. permission from the section
>> author).
>> Is this a good idea?
>> Pj.
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