Check out the CVS repository for getting access to the latest code. There are pages for using CVS, Emacs template, code guidelines, making a BioPerl release which are useful for developers and the Release pumpkin. The list of authors who contribute to the toolkit is available.
Like hacking Perl code? Want to contribute to bioinformatics? Interested in becoming a developer?
Contributing to this website
- This website is an experiment in using community input on documentation and we need volunteers to help edit these pages and add information. There is a page about this site describing the software we are using to run the site and our goals. Jason has started a style guide to provide some guidelines for creating pages.
- Give us feedback on some Potential Logos for BioPerl
- We welcome new developers; check our project priority list
- We need volunteers to maintain orphan modules
BioPerl is distributed under the Perl Artistic License. For more information on what the means for users and developers using the toolkit see more information about licensing BioPerl. All text on this website is also freely available under the GNU Free Documentation License.