Author Archives: Mauricio

About Mauricio

perl -e 'print "Just Another BioPerl Hacker!\n"'

Google Summer of Code: Project ideas page

A wiki page for collecting ideas, possible projects, prerequisites, possible solution approaches, mentors, other people or channels to contact for more information or to bounce ideas off of, etc. has been setup: http://open-bio.org/wiki/Google_Summer_Code_2009

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Hello, (twitter) world

O|B|F News feed is now available in Twitter! You are welcome to follow us. Cheers, The O|B|F Admins.

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Deobfuscator interface now available

I’m glad to announce the availability of the Deobfuscator interface at the BioPerl website. You can use it at the following URL: http://bioperl.org/cgi-bin/deob_interface.cgi Many thanks to Laura Kavanaugh and David Messina for this great contribution to the BioPerl project!

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BioPerl-run in FreeBSD

It’s my great pleasure to announce the availability of the BioPerl-run packages (stable & developer releases) for the FreeBSD operating system. For instructions on how to install BioPerl ports in FreeBSD, please take a look into the Getting Bioperl section … Continue reading

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BioPerl on Mac OS X using fink

Instructions on how to install BioPerl on Mac OS X have been added to the Wiki, specifically at the Getting Bioperl section. Thanks to Koen van der Drift for contributing with this info. We continue to encourage people who is … Continue reading

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Developer Release in FreeBSD

The Developer Release (1.5.1) of BioPerl has been brought back into the FreeBSD Ports Collection. For instructions on how to install it, please take a look into the Getting Bioperl section of the BioPerl Wiki. We encourage people who is … Continue reading

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