[BioRuby] The first BioRuby IRC conference on Dec 19th
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Thu Dec 9 17:06:58 UTC 2010
I have also written a genome scaffolder in Ruby.
The lastest doc is located at - http://bit.ly/ho2UtW
I hope to release this within the next week or two.
On 9 December 2010 04:12, Raoul Bonnal <bonnalraoul at ingm.it> wrote:
> Dear All,
> I'd like to present the plugin system and the scaffolder but unfortunately on Dec 19 at the meeting time I'll landing in Milan, Malpensa.
> Btw I'll find out a way to be connected.
> I like to idea of BioRubyCast +1
> I'm interested on RubyShell/Rails.
> Il giorno 07/dic/2010, alle ore 20.42, pjotr.public14 at thebird.nl ha scritto:
>> On Tue, Dec 07, 2010 at 08:51:32PM +0900, Toshiaki Katayama wrote:
>>> Dear BioRuby developers,
>>> Here we announce the first BioRuby world wide IRC conference!
>>> The topic is: "Current and future BioRuby development"
>>> The meeting is Sunday, Dec. 19, 2010, at 23pm JST (Japanese Standard Time),
>>> which is 15pm CET (Central European Time) and 9am EST (New York) and
>>> 6am PST (California time).
>> Great idea! I, for one would like to look at BioRuby on the JVM.
>> Another topic would be integrationg the brilliant
>> http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/. Yes, it is Python, but we could
>> bridge that.
>> Would it be an idea to have talks? We could do that in the form of
>> videos. I don't know what people would like to present, but if you are
>> interested in giving, or hearing, some talk, we could make them
>> available just before the conference day. Videos of 10-20 minutes,
>> preferably a code walk/tutorial.
>> Who is game?
>> If anyone is interested I could do a talk on either
>> 1. Ruby actors for parallelization
>> 2. The (not yet high performance) genome browser plugin (GFF3)
>> Maybe Raoul can present the plugin system, and Naohisa a code walk on
>> certain modules? Anyone interested in a presentation on Rubyshell
>> inside the browser (Rails)?
>> If it is successful, we could make this an annual happening.
>> BioRuby Project - http://www.bioruby.org/
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