[EMBOSS] broken links and other issues
aelghraoui at sdsu.edu
Tue Dec 27 23:44:25 UTC 2016
Hello, Peter & Peter,
Many thanks for your positive responses. I think the part about not
having enough updates would change if the project was more accessible.
Even still, there's nothing wrong with small patch releases and
releasing early and often.
I also agree with what Peter Cock mentioned regarding a move to Github
(or even just switching to Git repositories for the current sourceforge
project). A move to Git and working links to the mailing lists and
support channels would do much to lowering barriers to contribution and
user participation. I was truly almost fooled into thinking the project
Many thanks and regards,
Laboratory for Pathogenesis of Clinical Drug Resistance and Persistence
San Diego State University
Alvarado Medical Center
6367 Alvarado Court, Suite 206
San Diego, CA 92120
On 12/23/2016 01:30 AM, Peter Rice wrote:
> Hi Afif,
> Yes, I 'm still here and keeping watch but not had enough updates to
> make a release worthwhile.
> Many thanks for those two points. We had problems with the open-bio
> servers, and are working on rebuilding the wiki too.
> I had forgotten about the mail archives as I don't use them myself,
> and we have not been using the sourceforge bug reporting - I will
> update those links.
> If only you had mailed me a couple of months ago... I was in San Diego
> at the end of October for the tranSMART annual meeting at UCSD!
> Season's greetings, and all the best for 2017,
> Peter Rice
> EMBOSS Team
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