[DAS2] move biodas website to a wiki?
Steve_Chervitz at affymetrix.com
Mon Nov 6 22:33:09 UTC 2006
Distributing the load of maintaining this site sounds great to me (the de
facto maintainer). Wikification is also good for consistency within the
I've initiated the process. Might have something preliminary to show next
Of course, this means we'll have to come with an icon. Suggestions? How
about a armadillo driving a submarine that looks like a gene structure in a
sea of DNA?
> From: "Helt,Gregg" <Gregg_Helt at affymetrix.com>
> Date: Mon, 6 Nov 2006 09:13:27 -0800
> To: Andreas Prlic <ap3 at sanger.ac.uk>, DAS/2 <das2 at lists.open-bio.org>
> Conversation: [DAS2] move biodas website to a wiki?
> Subject: Re: [DAS2] move biodas website to a wiki?
> Sounds like a good idea to me. Steve?
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: das2-bounces at lists.open-bio.org [mailto:das2-bounces at lists.open-
>> bio.org] On Behalf Of Andreas Prlic
>> Sent: Monday, November 06, 2006 8:34 AM
>> To: DAS/2
>> Subject: [DAS2] move biodas website to a wiki?
>> Over the last year several of the open-bio websites like BioPerl or
>> BioJava have been moved to a Wiki.
>> Looking at the current state of the biodas website, which is getting
>> out of date and does not look well maintained I thought it might be
>> good to do the same for biodas.org.
>> We have a couple of announcements which would be good to put there -
>> e.g. Ensembl now provides DAS reference and annotation servers for
>> its genomes, several new DAS-based applications are in the pipeline,
>> the DAS registry now counts 170+ DAS servers, etc...
>> what do you guys think about this idea?
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