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outreach files on cvs
rama at genome.Stanford.EDU
Thu Mar 1 11:56:29 PST 2007
I don't think we allow the GO internal wiki to load documents. But
that would work right?
The other option is to use Google Docs like the spreadsheet. We could
create an account for the annotationOutreach group?
On Feb 28, 2007, at 1:49 AM, J Clark wrote:
> Hi Rama,
> Sorry I don't think you've met them yet. I have an ontology that
> shows all the different relevant bioinformatics group that might
> like to contribute annotations sorted by taxon and location. I also
> have a text file with all the history of all communication with
> potential annotating groups. I am trying to make these two files
> accessible and editable by the whole outreach group. Unfortunately
> the cvs system that I have set up, whilst being pretty much perfect
> for the job turns out only to be accessible by EBI employess so
> that's not looking like such a great option after all. The obvious
> way to make these files accessible is by GO cvs but then they'd be
> automatically put up on the public ftp server and they're not for
> public viewing so that is not a good option.
> Rama Balakrishnan wrote:
>> Sorry, I am not following. Can you please refresh my memory? What
>> are these records that you are talking about?
>> On Feb 27, 2007, at 2:36 AM, J Clark wrote:
>>> I have managed to get an account on the EBI cvs server so we can
>>> give the whole outreach working group access to the records
>>> without having them appear publically.
>>> The settings to access the cvs repository are:
>>> setenv CVS_RSH ssh
>>> cvs -qz3 -d :pserver:[username]@cvsebi:/ebi/cvs/go-outreach
>>> To get access you will need to tell me your username so I can
>>> get you a password.
>>> The repository contains the text file with the full history of
>>> outreach work, and the ontology file with all the interactions
>>> listed. This means that we can all look at the files to find out
>>> what's what and we can all add information as it comes our way.
>>> I can show you how to do it at one of our conference calls if
>>> you are interested. For those who do not want to do this then
>>> please feel free just to send questions and information to me
>>> and I will be happy to do all the work on the files.
>>> The repository does not have anonymous access and the files do
>>> not appear on a web interface so we do not need to worry about
>>> them being see by non-authorised people.
>>> Gene Ontology Consortium
>>> EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute
> Gene Ontology Consortium
> EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute
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