[Bioperl-l] [BioSQL-l] OBF application for Summer of Code has been rejected
hlapp at gmx.net
Wed Mar 18 18:50:26 EDT 2009
Yes, thanks for mentioning that, was going to do so too. The Perl
Foundation and the Python foundation have been accepted.
I guess there isn't a Java Foundation, and if there is a Ruby one it
hasn't been accepted or hasn't applied. However, Ruby on Rails has
been accepted. Don't know how open they would be a Bioruby project.
On Mar 18, 2009, at 3:08 PM, Chris Fields wrote:
> The idea was floated on the google SOC list that language-specific
> organizations that have been accepted may potentially take
> bioinformatics-related applications. Specifically, Jonathan Leto
> (from The Perl Foundation) indicated that bioinformatics-related
> projects using BioPerl might be able to apply through them. Not
> sure about others (Python Software Foundation, etc) but might be
> worth checking into.
> Any idea on who's been accepted beyond NEScent?
> On Mar 18, 2009, at 1:45 PM, Hilmar Lapp wrote:
>> I hope to find out later why, but our Google Summer of Code
>> application as an umbrella org has been rejected.
>> However, NESCent has been accepted. If you can give your project
>> idea a phylogenetics/phyloinformatics focus, go and put it up on
>> the NESCent ideas page at
>> Do so pretty much **now** - we will start broadcasting and reaching
>> out to students tonight and tomorrow. If someone comes to the site
>> and they don't see a Bio* project that they would have been
>> interested in, they may not check back for updates.
>> : Hilmar Lapp -:- Durham, NC -:- hlapp at gmx dot net :
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