[Biophp-dev] Ok. Im new Hows the deal?

Andrés Pinzón biophp-dev@bioinformatics.org
Tue, 22 Apr 2003 21:32:36 -0500

OK,  initially i come from the bio-side (i'm biologyst), but i also come
from the C++-side, and of course, from the PHP/computing-side, here in
How's the organization here?, i mean i've been taking a look at the scripts
at biophp, but i can not realize if someone is in charge of something in
particular. This is my first time with CVS and that stuff  (so i'm gettin
used to), i`ve been also looking at the genbank's ANSI.1, and trying to
realize how the parser could be ("any help will help").
How's the deal with genephp? R those different projects why aren`t they
unified? Anyway im going to take alook
Thanx 4 everything
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dong Gregorio" <d.gregorio@eudoramail.com>
To: <biophp-dev@bioinformatics.org>
Sent: Tuesday, April 22, 2003 3:48 AM
Subject: Re: [Biophp-dev] Ok. Im new Hows the deal?

> Welcome, Mr. Pinzon!  Well, I guess we're all new here so
> feel free to butt in the discussion.  Maybe you can tell
> us where you're coming from (the PHP/computing side, the
> Bio side, etc.), for starters.  =)
> No, my apologies, Sean.  I think I was the one who was
> distracted...  Or maybe it's both (of us)?
> You can check the site out at http://genephp.sourceforge.net.
> I must stress that everything there is still fluid and under development.
As for the labels "biophp" and "genephp", to me
> it's the same thing.  As they say, a rose is still a
> rose by whatever name.  Looking forward to "merge" the code
> with you guys in the not-so-distant future.  =)
> Cheers!
> Serge
> --
> On Tue, 22 Apr 2003 00:36:38
>  S Clark wrote:
> >Ah, yes, Serge had sent me some documentation in MS Word format...
> >
> >I hadn't realized that all this time genephp
> >already had a page on sourceforge...tells you how distracted
> >I've been lately.
> >
> >I hadn't seen the code itself yet, but so far the plan is that
> >developers will each have their own "subsection" for their own
> >code while we work out how to structure the "core" biophp modules.
> >I would have no problem keeping a CVS mirror of GenePHP available
> >if desired, though it may not be necessary since it's hosted
> >on SourceForge.
> >
> >I'll be adding genephp to the links page, assuming, or course,
> >that Serge doesn't mind (I would assume not!).  I will be doing a
> >bit of updating (uploading the "utility" classes for sending POST
> >queries and the "generic" filehandle xml parser class) tomorrow
> >(well, really "later today" in my timezone), so I'll add the link
> >then.
> >
> >Sean
> Need a new email address that people can remember
> Check out the new EudoraMail at
> http://www.eudoramail.com
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