[Bioperl-l] Google Summer of Code student Chase Miller
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Thu May 14 09:45:17 EDT 2009
In Ensembl, we are interested in providing NeXML dumps for our Comparative
Genomics data. Because our pipeline is
written in Perl, I guess most of the work done here will be of great use to
If I could only ask for only a feature, that would be to *try* and backport
the NeXML support to bioperl-1.2.3 --- stress on the *try*. Bioperl 1.2.3 is
the release that Ensembl decided to stick to many years ago, so it's cleaner
for people to use our Perl API with only one version of bioperl as a
Looking forward to hearing from this SoC. Have you got a blog?
On Mon, May 11, 2009 at 5:24 PM, Jason Stajich <jason at bioperl.org> wrote:
> Welcome Chase.
> Look forward to the project and helping where needed.
> On May 11, 2009, at 7:31 AM, Mark A. Jensen wrote:
> Hello all,
>> With great pleasure, I want to introduce Chase Miller, my Google Summer of
>> Code student from George Washington University, to the community. Chase will
>> be working with me and Rutger Vos on a BioPerl wrapper for Rutger's
>> Bio::Phylo package, with a particular emphasis on creating a BioPerl-native
>> way to import and export the NeXML (http://nexml.org) phylogenetic data
>> format. He wrote a great proposal, available here:
>> We will be working throughout the summer on the project, and will of
>> course come to you for sage advice. I know you will welcome him warmly, as
>> you did me.
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