Should I withhold my conference notes until the new acedb.org is
setup, or should we post that stuff ASAP?
<Pine.OSF.4.21.0006291325430.18219-100000 at kanga.sanger.ac.uk>,
rbsk at sanger.ac.uk (Richard Bruskiewich) wrote:
> Hi Dave,
>> As you can imagine, acedb has taken back seat to the working draft and
> EnsEMBL for the moment. I'm sure Ed will get some of the www.acedb.org
> updates in place once the dust has settled around here and he can
> few of the team web to do the magic.
>> I've had an initial chat with the wiki people here about the docs
> service. again, we'll have to wait our turn at the time slicing of web
> richard b.
>> ps. Mummi has promised us a draft of his edited Acedb '2000
> notes sometime soon.
>> On Thu, 29 Jun 2000, Dave Matthews wrote:
>> > Hi Carson,
> > Sorry, that host turned into a pumpkin at the end of the meeting.
> > The stuff that was there is supposed to go onto www.acedb.org. I
> > there'll be an announcement when it's online.
> > - Dave
> > > From: Carson Thoreen <Carson_Thoreen at brown.edu>
> > > Newsgroups: bionet.software.acedb
> > > Date: Thu, 29 Jun 2000 11:32:41 +0100 (BST)
> > >
> > > When I try to go to www.acedb2000.bcgsc.bc.ca to see what I've
> > > missed, my browser can't find the server. Is this the correct URL?
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