[DAS] DAS Digest, Vol 59, Issue 2
jw12 at sanger.ac.uk
Thu Nov 3 17:25:59 UTC 2011
Great Jose. If you don't mind using Skype I'm sure you can contribute
If you get in touch closer to the time we can sort it out.
On 3 Nov 2011, at 16:32, Jose-Ramon Macias wrote:
> Hi Jonathan,
> I won't be able to attend physically, but would be very interested
> in any development regarding JDAS and the replacement for DasObert.
> Could I contribute from the distance ? How ? I'll be eager to test
> the resulting stuff, anyway.
> On Nov 3, 2011, at 17:00, das-request at lists.open-bio.org wrote:
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>> 1. Java DAS hackathon 1st December. (Jonathan Warren)
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>> Date: Wed, 2 Nov 2011 15:57:15 +0000
>> From: Jonathan Warren <jw12 at sanger.ac.uk>
>> Subject: [DAS] Java DAS hackathon 1st December.
>> To: das at biodas.org
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>> There are at least 4 of us meeting up on the Sanger/EBI genome campus
>> (Thursday 1st December) to write some code for the new Java DAS
>> library (JDAS http://code.google.com/p/jdas/).
>> The main focus will be on making sure the new library has all the
>> "essential" capabilities of the old Dasobert library and some new
>> We would like to extend an open invitation to Java developers in the
>> DAS community. If you would like to attend and contribute then please
>> drop me a line. We would be especially interested in having someone
>> with expertise/interest in DAS structure or Alignment clients.
>> If you have any suggestions or burning needs for support to be
>> included in the JDAS library you can also write to me or post to the
>> For inclusion (some of which has/will be implemented by 1 December):
>> Support for concurrency (Threads and queue management).
>> Support for alignment and structure queries/responses.
>> JSON support.
>> Writeback functionality (xml and JSON).
>> Registry sources filtering support.
>> Support for reading/writing JSON.
>> As always any contributions and suggestions welcome.
>> After the hackathon we would also welcome any offers of testing in
>> real world situations?
>> Many thanks
>> The Sanger/EBI DAS team.
>> Jonathan Warren
>> Senior Developer and DAS coordinator
>> blog: http://biodasman.wordpress.com/
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>> End of DAS Digest, Vol 59, Issue 2
> Jose-Ramon Macias
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