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    Report on Open Source Initiatives in Bioinformatics
    Submitted by J.W. Bizzaro; posted on Monday, August 27, 2001 (3 comments)


    ``This report outlines recent activity in open source software development within the discipline of bioinformatics. I present the relevant highlights of two bioinformatics meetings held in July 2001 in Copenhagen, Denmark: the Bioinformatics Open Source Conference and the Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology Conference. The report also describes a large number of projects and groups important to bioinformatics open source software development. The appendices include meeting programs, the currently accepted definition of open source software, and descriptions of important online biological data sources.''

    Full report by J. M. Dugan (PDF format):[...]2.pdf

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    Submitted by Nobody; posted on Tuesday, October 02, 2001
    give me information of bi on \
    Why Your Softness?
    Submitted by Nobody; posted on Tuesday, February 18, 2003
    Yeah? Why your softness? It seems to me all of you deserve what you receive of the "giant" software.I invite you join The Movement:Gates,Abandon The All ey!!! Learn more about the meaning of this phrase, about the"warhol"company,about The Inertia Phase.. If you´re interested you can reach me if you type google searcher:John Bored Feedback.Thanks.
    Why Your Softness?
    Submitted by Nobody; posted on Tuesday, February 18, 2003
    Alas! I think I have commited a mistake.My post is belonging to the forum software/group.Thanks anywa y.John Bored Feedback.
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