I am considering putting together a CD-ROM that would contain
public-domain, freeware, and shareware molecular biology/biology/
chemistry/etc type programs (for example clustalw, Phylip,
fasta, GDE, treetool). I wanted to find out what people
thought of the idea.
This is completely a non-profit project. The cost of the CD
(which I haven't set yet) will be just to recoup the cost of
the media and shipping.
Thanks to Don Gilbert, I plan on putting the ftp.bio.indiana.edu
archive onto the CD.
If people are interested in such a CD and the project goes ahead,
I will create a WWW page which will list what software will
go onto the CD. And I hope to get feedback from people for
suggestions of additional software to go on to the CD and how
best to organize it.
Jeff Bryer | "Maybe VR.12 turns you into Fabio."
jbryer at darwin.mbb.sfu.ca | -Duncan in Parallel Lives (VR.5)