[Bioperl-l] call for project ideas - Google Summer of Code
rmb32 at cornell.edu
Thu Mar 4 14:06:33 EST 2010
These are interesting ideas. Have a look at http://sswap.info and
http://sadiframework.org, perhaps you might want to work with one of
those technologies? Be warned, these are both in early-stage
development, you are on the cutting edge here!
It seems like your desire to work with semantic technologies as a GSoC
student could fit under a number of different mentoring organizations,
possibly OBF or NEScent, or maybe another organization entirely. I'll
make some inquiries.
In the mean time, please add a project idea for this on the bioperl GSoC
page, to give the idea somewhere to coalesce. If you can, try to come
up with a more concrete idea for what you want to do.
What do you think?
Luis M Rodriguez-R wrote:
> Hello Robert,
> I would like to how to apply to and when the GSoC-2010 is planned to be performed. I think there are great development opportunities in information discovery using semantic web (I'm familiar with RDF in bio2rdf and uniprot, but it could also be useful to integrate OWL). I've been playing with this, and I think parsers from, for example, GenBank and EMBL to RDF, and parsers of RDF from bio2rdf and uniprot would be very useful, specially thinking in the implementation of SPARQL. The people of bio2rdf already have some parsers, but it's incompleteness is evident when working with their RDF as primary source of data.
> Best regards,
> El 2/03/2010, a las 1:21, Robert Buels escribió:
>> Hi all,
>> Google's Summer of Code is coming round again, very soon now (mentoring organization applications are due next week). We need project ideas for prospective Summer of Code interns.
>> There's a page on the BioPerl wiki, please have a look and add your ideas for intern projects.
>> For more on Google Summer of Code, what it is and how it works, see their FAQ at http://socghop.appspot.com/document/show/gsoc_program/google/gsoc2010/faqs
>> One of the summer intern ideas I have on the page so far is to help with the tough grunt work of breaking BioPerl into smaller, more easily managed distributions. I'm sure you all can think of plenty more!
>> Here's the page: http://www.bioperl.org/wiki/Google_Summer_of_Code
>> Robert Buels
>> Bioinformatics Analyst, Sol Genomics Network
>> Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research
>> Tower Rd
>> Ithaca, NY 14853
>> Tel: 503-889-8539
>> rmb32 at cornell.edu
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> Luis M. Rodriguez-R
> Unidad de Bioinformática del Laboratorio de Micología y Fitopatología
> Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia
> + 57 1 3394949 ext 2619
> luisrodr at uniandes.edu.co
> me at miguel.weapps.com
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