Category Archives: Mailing lists

OBF Board meeting 13 Nov

The Open Bioinformatics Foundation (OBF) will be holding a public Board of Directors meeting on Tuesday, 13 Nov, 2012, at 11.30am EST (8.30am PST, 17:30 CET, 16:30 UTC/GMT). The meeting will be held online or over conference call. We will … Continue reading

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Reminder: BOSC Abstract Deadline April 15

Just a friendly reminder that abstracts for BOSC 2010 are due next Thursday, April 15.  See the BOSC web site at http://www.open-bio.org/wiki/BOSC_2010 for details.  Submissions will only be accepted electronically at http://events.open-bio.org/BOSC2010/openconf.php. Graduate students, don’t forget we are offering $250 … Continue reading

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Bioperl ListSummaries for April 12-25

The newest summary of the BioPerl mailing lists has been posted to the wiki: April 12-25 Post gripes, harrassments, and faint praises at the regular places.

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BioPerl Mailing List Summaries

The first of a biweekly summary of BioPerl mailing list summaries has been posted to the wiki: April 1-11 These will likely be archived on the wiki but may be moved to a more suitable location in the future (maybe … Continue reading

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Weekly Mailing List Traffic Summaries

I plan on starting a weekly, possibly biweekly, summary of mailing list traffic. These will be somewhat in the same vein as the Perl5 or Perl6 summaries and will be posted on the blog here and sent to the bioperl-l … Continue reading

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Mailing list reading with GMANE

GMANE has been tracking BioPerl traffic for a few years now. You can see the page here There are several interfaces there including threaded and BLOG-like. Those interested in tracking the mailing list in RSS readers should grab this link. … Continue reading

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