Biopython.org (Call for Participation)

Jeffrey Chang jchang at smi.stanford.edu
Tue Sep 28 20:28:34 EST 1999


The Biopython Project (http://www.biopython.org/) is a new open
collaborative effort to develop freely available Python libraries and
applications that address the needs of current and future work in
bioinformatics, including sequence analysis, structural biology, pathways,
expression data, etc.  When available, the source code will be released
as open source (http://www.biopython.org/License.shtml) under terms
similar to Python.

This is a Call for Participation for interested people to join the
project.  We are hoping to attract people from a diverse set of
backgrounds to help with code development, site maintenance, scientific
discussion, etc.  This project is open to everyone.  If you're interested,
please visit the web page, join the biopython mailing list, and let us
know what you think!

Jeffrey Chang <jchang at smi.stanford.edu>
Andrew Dalke <dalke at bioreason.com>

<P><A HREF="http://www.biopython.org">Biopython.org</A> - a new collaborative
effort to develop freely available Python libraries and applications for
use in bioinformatics (similar to the Bioperl project).  (10-Sep-99)

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