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jclark at ebi.ac.uk
Wed Jan 31 07:54:47 PST 2007
Oh right, that's good to know. There was while last year when they were
trying to solicit annotations from biologists but the curator I knew
there said it wasn't going awfully well. She left the job and I haven't
heard much since. That's really all I know about them. It's good to know
that bit more you've filled in.
Mike Cherry wrote:
> We mirrored Germonline from Stanford for several years. That just
> changed as they downsized and were not able to maintain the mirroring
> setup that they previously setup. So now they are just the wiki.
> On Jan 31, 2007, at 7:50 AM, J Clark wrote:
>> Hi Miike,
>> Thanks for that. What kind of collaboration have had that has been
>> going for years? I had quite a lot of contact with them last year and
>> they didn't mention anything about that. It would be great to be up
>> to speed on this if there's something I've missed.
>> Mike Cherry wrote:
>>> Germonline actively curators their information. They do get some
>>> interaction with the community but I believe what they do is draft
>>> bit of text and then run that by the author and ask if they would
>>> change anything. We've worked with them for years.
>>> On Jan 31, 2007, at 3:22 AM, J Clark wrote:
>>>> Hi Rama,
>>>> You know how you were asking about community annotation? There is
>>>> a group called germonline that originally planned to be a portal
>>>> for people to send community annotation to. They had some trouble
>>>> getting started up and now I see their remit has sort of morphed a
>>>> bit but they do have an annotation wiki of sorts:
>>>> Just a thought. I'll take that question to the goc managers
>>>> meeting this afternoon.
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