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= Debian Med Blend meeting in Lübeck = = Debian Med Blend meeting in Lübeck =
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It seems somewhat amazing, but most of the Debian Med contributors have never met in person before. We think that to maximise the user experience, we shall get together, talk about more than our individual packages and identify some lower and some not-low-hanging fruits. It seems somewhat amazing, but most of the [[DebianMed|Debian Med]] contributors have never met in person before. We think that to maximise the user experience, we shall get together, talk about more than our individual packages and identify some lower and some not-so-low-hanging fruits.
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== Tops ==
 * improving our interaction with BioLinux@Oxford - Tim already agreed to come
== Location, Date ==

 * when: January 28-31, 2011
 * where: [[http://www.travemuende.de/tourismus/geschichte/stadtportrait/en/index.html|Travemünde]], Germany ([[http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=53.96838&lon=10.88009&zoom=14|OSM]]) at the --([[http://www.strandperle-travemuende.com?lang=en|Hotel Strandperle]])-- Update: New venue! [[http://www.deutscher-kaiser-travemuende.de/|Hotel Deutscher Kaiser]]. The Hotel (if I got this right) is named after some visit in 1896 when sea tourism became fashionable and [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wilhelm_II,_German_Emperor|that guy]] was still a friendly grandchild of Queen Victoria. I hope that to be tolerable.

== Participants ==

||No|| Name || Email || Organisation || Living in || Arrival at || Departure at ||
|| 1|| Steffen Möller || <moeller> || U Lübeck (Debian) || Lübeck (D) || 28.01.2011 || 31.01.2011 ||
|| 2|| Andreas Tille || <tille> || Debian || Wernigerode (D) || 28.01.2011 || 31.01.2011 ||
|| 3|| Tim Booth || tbooth_ceh.ac.uk || [[http://nebc.nerc.ac.uk/tools/bio-linux|NERC]] (Bio-Linux) || Oxford (UK) || 28.01.2011 || 30.01.2011 ||
|| 4|| Pjotr Prins || || U Wageningen (Debian) || Wageningen (NL)|| || ||
|| 5|| Alan Williams || || U Manchester (Taverna) || Manchester (UK) || || ||
|| 6|| Hajo Krabbenhöft || || U Lübeck (M.sc. student) || Lübeck (D) || 28.01.2011 || 31.01.2011 ||
|| 7|| Yask Gupta || || U Lübeck (Ph.D. student) || Lübeck (D) || 28.01.2011 || 31.01.2011 ||
|| 8|| Kushal Sejwal || || U Lübeck (Ph.D. student) || Würzburg (D) || 28.01.2011 || 31.01.2011 ||
|| 9|| Richard Holland || || Eaglegenomics (Debian) || Southampton (UK)|| 28.01.2011 || 31.01.2001 ||
||10|| Will Spooner || || Eaglegenomics || Babraham (UK) || 29.01.2001 || 31.01.2001 ||
||11|| Peter Rice || || EBI (EMBOSS) || Hinxton (UK) || || ||
||12|| Jim Procter || || U Glasgow (Jalview) || Glasgow (UK) || || ||
||13|| Michael Banck || <banck> || Debian || Munich (D) || 28.01.2011 || 31.01.2011 ||
||14|| Andreas Hildebrandt || || U Saarbrücken (BALLview) || Saarbrücken (D) || 28.01.2011 || 31.01.2011 ||
||15|| Sri Girish Srinivasa Murthy || || MPI Evol. Biol. || Plön (D) || 28.01.2011 || 31.01.2011 ||
||16|| Jürgen Doenitz || || U Göttingen (Göbix) || Göttingen (D) || 28.01.2011 || 31.01.2011 ||
||17|| Tony Travis || || U Aberdeen || Aberdeen (UK) || 28.01.2011 || 31.01.2011 ||
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== Agenda ==
 * improving our interaction with [[http://nebc.nerc.ac.uk/tools/bio-linux|BioLinux]]
  * Finding ways to make better use of [[DebianMed|Debian Med]] in [[http://nebc.nerc.ac.uk/tools/bio-linux|BioLinux]] to save man power
  * Integrating bits into [[DebianMed|Debian Med]] which are not yet available
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  * Bio* roundup
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  * Immunoinformatics
  * Cloud computing
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  * BioLib
  * Taverna
  * [[http://www.biolib.cz/en/main/|BioLib]]
   * strategies for packaging with minimal redundancy across packages
   * first upload to experimental
  * [[http://www.taverna.org.uk/introduction/taverna-in-use/biology/|Taverna]]
   * formulating joint workflows
   * identify missing packagings
   * plan for packaging Taverna itself
 * organisational issues
  * ties to [[https://alioth.debian.org/projects/pkg-java/|pkg-java]]
  * relation to other [[DebianPureBlends|Blends]]
  * identify missing packages and setting priorities
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  * thinning the line between Debian and educators
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   * discuss paper on getData
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== Participants == == Teams / subgroups ==
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* Confirmed: Andreas <tille>, Steffen <moeller>, Tim@Oxford
* Pending: Groningen, Cambridge, Manchester, Glasgow
TBA
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== Venue == == Acknowledgements ==
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A hotel in Travem&uuml;nde. the sprint has been possible thanks to:
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== Sponsors ==  * travel support by U Manchester, NERC, U Glasgow, Eaglegenomics, European Bioinformatics Institute
 * we still hope for some external contributions
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None, yet.

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Debian Med Blend meeting in Lübeck

It seems somewhat amazing, but most of the Debian Med contributors have never met in person before. We think that to maximise the user experience, we shall get together, talk about more than our individual packages and identify some lower and some not-so-low-hanging fruits.

Location, Date

  • when: January 28-31, 2011
  • where: Travemünde, Germany (OSM) at the Hotel Strandperle Update: New venue! Hotel Deutscher Kaiser. The Hotel (if I got this right) is named after some visit in 1896 when sea tourism became fashionable and that guy was still a friendly grandchild of Queen Victoria. I hope that to be tolerable.

Participants

No

Name

Email

Organisation

Living in

Arrival at

Departure at

1

Steffen Möller

<moeller>

U Lübeck (Debian)

Lübeck (D)

28.01.2011

31.01.2011

2

Andreas Tille

<tille>

Debian

Wernigerode (D)

28.01.2011

31.01.2011

3

Tim Booth

tbooth_ceh.ac.uk

NERC (Bio-Linux)

Oxford (UK)

28.01.2011

30.01.2011

4

Pjotr Prins

U Wageningen (Debian)

Wageningen (NL)

5

Alan Williams

U Manchester (Taverna)

Manchester (UK)

6

Hajo Krabbenhöft

U Lübeck (M.sc. student)

Lübeck (D)

28.01.2011

31.01.2011

7

Yask Gupta

U Lübeck (Ph.D. student)

Lübeck (D)

28.01.2011

31.01.2011

8

Kushal Sejwal

U Lübeck (Ph.D. student)

Würzburg (D)

28.01.2011

31.01.2011

9

Richard Holland

Eaglegenomics (Debian)

Southampton (UK)

28.01.2011

31.01.2001

10

Will Spooner

Eaglegenomics

Babraham (UK)

29.01.2001

31.01.2001

11

Peter Rice

EBI (EMBOSS)

Hinxton (UK)

12

Jim Procter

U Glasgow (Jalview)

Glasgow (UK)

13

Michael Banck

<banck>

Debian

Munich (D)

28.01.2011

31.01.2011

14

Andreas Hildebrandt

U Saarbrücken (BALLview)

Saarbrücken (D)

28.01.2011

31.01.2011

15

Sri Girish Srinivasa Murthy

MPI Evol. Biol.

Plön (D)

28.01.2011

31.01.2011

16

Jürgen Doenitz

U Göttingen (Göbix)

Göttingen (D)

28.01.2011

31.01.2011

17

Tony Travis

U Aberdeen

Aberdeen (UK)

28.01.2011

31.01.2011

18

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Agenda

  • improving our interaction with BioLinux

  • integration of public resources
    • brainstorm about how data.debian.org could help
    • review getData and link it with several packages

  • review of latest developments
    • Bio* roundup
    • Ensembl
    • Immunoinformatics
    • Cloud computing
    • Next generation sequencing
    • BioLib

      • strategies for packaging with minimal redundancy across packages
      • first upload to experimental
    • Taverna

      • formulating joint workflows
      • identify missing packagings
      • plan for packaging Taverna itself
  • organisational issues
    • ties to pkg-java

    • relation to other Blends

    • identify missing packages and setting priorities
  • strategies for further development
    • thinning the line between Debian and upstream
    • thinning the line between Debian and educators
    • outreach
      • first joint paper recently accepted in BMC Bioinformatics
      • discuss paper on getData
      • papers citing or mentioning us
      • books and book chapters

Teams / subgroups

TBA

Acknowledgements

the sprint has been possible thanks to:

  • travel support by U Manchester, NERC, U Glasgow, Eaglegenomics, European Bioinformatics Institute
  • we still hope for some external contributions


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