[Pdbwiki-devel] Todo...

Jose M. Duarte jose.m.duarte at gmail.com
Wed May 27 12:05:52 EDT 2009


2009/5/27 Dan Bolser <dan.bolser at gmail.com>

> Hi all,
> Is the 'todo' list on PDBWIki up to date?
> http://pdbwiki.org/index.php/Development

We've just gone through it and cleaned it up and updated. Just add any new
things you can think of. We also merged the TODO from the Migration page and
made sure the Bugtracker page is up to date.

> I know I have a couple of points to add there, which I will do this
> evening. It would be great if everyone could do the same so we have
> one centralised place to keep track of everything that we plan 'todo'.

Agree, that should be the place for the todo.

> Since its now finished(!!!), we should plan to announce version 1.2 of
> PDBWiki on PDB-l and BBB (anywhere else?). Lets also make a short term
> todo list for everything we want to get done before we re-announce the
> site.
> http://pdbwiki.org/index.php/PDBWiki:About/Announce
I agree too. Definitely there are a few things to do before announcement.
One that comes to mind now is the new categorisation of comments. Maybe we
should wait to announce until the paper is out?

By the way no spam yet since the comments extension is public... that's good
news, we can probably do without captchas. Fingers crossed ;)

Last but not least: the site is now also mirrored in bioinformatics.org. If
we want to switch servers everything is in place to do it (well first I need
to get the latest db dump from the live site, but that's fast). What do you
guys think about switching? I'm concerned about the time problems in the
Korean server, I'm resetting the time manually sometimes but it's not ideal,
it runs more than 30 minutes a day off! And there's no clear solution for it
at the moment...

The only issue we have to take care of is the URLs. As things are set up now
once we switch to bionformatics.org, the URLs would come up something like:


instead of what we have now:


I think the only way to solve that is through a VirtualHost entry in the
main apache configuration, so we'd have to ask the people at
bioinformatics.org. Or is there another way to work around it?

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