[Pipet Devel] Your ISMB 2000 poster

Gary Van Domselaar gvd at penguin.pharmacy.ualberta.ca
Wed Jun 28 22:55:36 EDT 2000

On Wed, 28 Jun 2000, J.W. Bizzaro wrote:

> Do you think we should keep the URL in there?

Perhaps if you put it after the first instance of piper:

> --------------
> Piper (http://bioinformatics.org/piper) is a system for creating and
managing links between Internet-distributed
> components, such as networks, programs, files, and widgets.  Components can
> reside remotely, on higher performance and capacity computers, while only
> representations reside locally.  Links can represent protocol-independent data
> flow, procedural steps, and relationships.  http://bioinformatics.org/piper
> --------------

Otherwise sounds very nice.  Since we are presenting at ISMB it might be
nice to give it a biiological slant:

Piper's design facilitates biological sequence analysis, which often
involves coordinated data transfer in a network-distributed

Kinda wordy, I know. Jeff can gzip it though, I'm sure ;-)


                              Gary Van Domselaar
                           gary at bioinformatics.org
                       bioinformatics.org: The Open Lab

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