Join the team (post here to be added to the bioconda team) #1

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johanneskoester opened this Issue Sep 13, 2015 · 322 comments

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@johanneskoester
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johanneskoester commented Sep 13, 2015 edited

Everybody is welcome to contribute a package. Simply reply to this issue and you will be added to the bioconda team.

Edit: After you post here, we will email you an invitation through github to join the bioconda team. Click the link in that invitation in order to be added.

@hyeshik
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hyeshik commented Sep 14, 2015

Johannes,
This is a great idea! I often felt the need of an OS-independent package catalogue for computational biology that works within the user space. After few minutes of trial with Conda, I could agree that it's a wonderful platform for such system. I would like to contribute packages that I use as one in the team. I have an experience as a package maintainer (so-called ports committer) in the FreeBSD operating system for ~5 years in the early 2000s.

@johanneskoester
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Great! I have send you an invitation.

@daler
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daler commented Sep 14, 2015

Hi Johannes -
I'd like like help with this, too. I like the idea of having one obvious place to find and contribute bio-related conda packages. I already have a handful of conda packages that could be useful here (https://conda.binstar.org/daler).

@johanneskoester
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Hi Ryan!
Great to hear that! I have sent you an invitation. Feel free to add your packages!

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Btw Hyeshik, please also create an anaconda.org account so I can add you to the bioconda team over there, as well.

@daler
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daler commented Sep 14, 2015

FYI, https://github.com/chapmanb/bcbio-conda has a lot of conda packages already. I'm not sure how much of that is tied specifically to versions needed in the bcbio-* packages though.

@johanneskoester
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Good to know! Maybe we can invite Brad to migrate their stuff once we have reached a critical mass with Bioconda.

@hyeshik
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hyeshik commented Sep 15, 2015

@johanneskoester Thank you! I just created an account on anaconda.org.

@johanneskoester
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Great. Added you!

@hyeshik
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hyeshik commented Sep 16, 2015

@johanneskoester I seems that I don't have a permission to write the recipes github repo. Can I get one? Thank you!

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Of course. Sorry for that, does it work now?

@hyeshik
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hyeshik commented Sep 16, 2015

It works. Thank you!

@dkoppstein
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@johanneskoester, I am enthusiastic about this idea as well, especially since I've been using wonky Makefiles to deal with software environments for my company =) I'd love to contribute in any way possible, although I don't have much experience with conda apart from being an end-user. My anaconda.org account is dkoppstein.

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Hi,
glad to hear that you want to join us, thanks! Conda packaging is really easy. Basically, it is just some metadata plus a shell script with the commands you would use if you install a tool manually.

@chapmanb
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Johannes;
This is a great initiative, thank you for putting it together. I'd love to contribute as well. We have a lot of packages prepared for bcbio dependencies and could happily move over to more community driven packaging:

https://anaconda.org/bcbio

It may also be worth getting in touch with the CGAT folks, who have a wide variety of conda tools as well:

https://anaconda.org/cgat

What Linux platform do you target builds for? In bcbio we need to support people running on older platforms so build everything in a CentOS5 docker container. We have a ready to run script that does this, only re-building new recipes that are missing from anaconda.org:

https://github.com/chapmanb/bcbio-conda#readme

Thanks again for organizing this.

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Hi Brad,
I'm very glad you want to join. We already thought about contacting you. Great work with the bcbio. So, feel free to move stuff over!
Regarding the builds, that is a very good question. So far, my impression was that if we target e.g. linux-64 and include all dependencies for build and run as conda packages, the resulting builds should be independent of the underlying linux platform. E.g. conda is shipping its own libstdc++ etc, right?
Am I missing something here?

Best,
Johannes

@chapmanb
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Johannes;
Thanks so much for including me. Regarding builds, unfortunately it is not that isolated. You'll compile against system packages which will cause failures on different systems. glibc is the most common cause of these. For instance, the current bedtools build fails to run on CentOS6:

~/test/anaconda/bin/bedtools 
/cm/shared/apps/bcbio/20141204-devel/data/anaconda/bin/bedtools: /lib64/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.15' not found (required by /cm/shared/apps/bcbio/20141204-devel/data/anaconda/bin/bedtools)
/cm/shared/apps/bcbio/20141204-devel/data/anaconda/bin/bedtools: /lib64/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.14' not found (required by /cm/shared/apps/bcbio/20141204-devel/data/anaconda/bin/bedtools)

This is the same issue you're seeing in #2.

The anaconda folks build their packages on CentOS5 which avoids most of these issues (although they still do get system-specific things -- the curl package doesn't work on non-RedHat systems due to certificate differences). With a CentOS5 based automated build you can avoid the most common compatibility issues and I haven't had any problems with portability of packages so far. I could replicate the setup we have in bcbio-conda here if that would help.

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Hi Brad,
thanks for the insight! But what about packages like glibc. If you manage to build against that, wouldn't bedtools work on all platforms, regardless of the system glibc?

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Oh, I have just seen that this package just seems to copy the system libs. Strange...
Ok, in this case, it would be great if you could replicate your CentOS setup for us, thank you!

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Alternatively, we could try to get the binstar builds up and running. I experimented a bit with them, but I never managed to trigger a build. I can only submit them, but they don't seem to be assigned to a build queue.

@dkoppstein
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@johanneskoester, do you envision this being Linux-64 only or also Mac/Windows? If the latter, perhaps it makes sense to try to appropriate funds for organization status so we can use those types of build nodes (assuming we can get binstar to work).

FWIW I'm totally fine with it being Linux-64 only.

@johanneskoester
Contributor

I think linux is most important. I have uploaded some MacOS X builds because I need them for a Snakemake tutorial I am giving. But in general, I would say we should start with Linux and see where the journey takes us.

I would propose the following plan:

  1. Build for linux-64/CentOS 5 with Brad's setup.
  2. Once the automated binstar builds work, build for linux-64 via the binstar queue.
  3. Depending on user requests, decide at some point if there is a market for extending builds to MacOS X.

I think I won't go for Windows, because many tools don't support it at all. I also don't want to encourage people to use Win for bioinformatics ;-).

@chapmanb chapmanb added a commit that referenced this issue Sep 26, 2015
@chapmanb chapmanb Scripts and instructions for automated builds (#1)
- An automated script that checks for out of date packages,
  builds them and uploads to anaconda.org.
- A shell script to build Linux packages inside a Docker CentOS5
  container for portability across Linux platforms.
- Update README with instructions on use.
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@chapmanb
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Johannes and David;
Thanks for the thoughts on the build ideas. I pushed scripts which we can use for building and uploading packages on Linux and MacOSX. For Linux, it uses a CentOS 5 docker container which will provide hopefully widely compatible binaries. For MacOSX, we should just build directly on a Mac machine but this will require marking tools that don't build on Mac, or where the recipe uses Linux binaries.

I would love to eventually use the anaconda.org builds, but explored this a year ago and didn't have any luck getting it set up, even with offering to pay for build boxes. I got the feeling it's still under development on their side but the situation could have changed in the interim.

Let me know if you have any problems running the scripts, I'm happy to improve the docs or scripts as needed. Thanks again.

@tomkinsc
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tomkinsc commented Oct 1, 2015

I would like to join so I may add the moto and filechunkio packages from PyPi, and otherwise contribute.

@sauloal
sauloal commented Oct 1, 2015

Hey,

I think reproducibility is a hot topic now. We are also working on a similar project: https://github.com/BioDocker/biodocker

Apparently there's a huge double work here (and we are not the only ones).

It would be interesting to partner and for sure we could install your conda packages inside our docker images instead of downloading from source, reducing the download size.

Also, could you please tell me what are the advantages of conda over docker? I've personally never used it but the multiplatform nature and no "mount/port forward/etc" crap seem very nice.

regards

@daler
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daler commented Oct 1, 2015

The biggest disadvantage for me personally is that Docker is not allowed on our HPC cluster! In contrast, conda installs everything in my home directory without the need for any elevated privileges.

Conda is mostly for installing executables and libraries. You can't do things like run an isolated mysql server using conda. But that's exactly the sort of thing docker is good at.

While conceptually there's a lot of overlap between the projects, it looks like there's not much domain overlap yet: biodocker has lots of proteomic packages while bioconda has lots of sequencing packages. One way to minimize duplicated work while taking advantage of both projects would be to 1) port existing dockerfiles into conda packages under bioconda and then 2) pull conda packages into docker containers built under biodocker.

@sauloal
sauloal commented Oct 1, 2015

@daler I see. Thank you very much. I was also struggling on how to run the programs on our HPC too. this is great.

BTW. indeed the initial creators are from the proteomics field but I'm from the genomics and I've started porting several programs:
https://github.com/BioDocker/sandbox

I really like the idea to create packages here and installing them inside docker. makes the docker images lighter and the same package can be used inside docker, outside docker and in HPC. 3 in one.

I like this idea very much. We'll keep talking.

@percyfal
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percyfal commented Oct 3, 2015

Hi Johannes,

great initiative, I'd be pleased to chip in. I recently started using conda and I haven't gotten round to learning how to build packages, but looking at your recipes should help.

Cheers,

Per

@johanneskoester
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Hi @percyfal, @tomkinsc and @sauloal,
Glad to hear that you are interested in the project!
I have invited you to the github team. I can also provide access to the corresponding anaconda team if you give me your anaconda.org usernames. The latter is not urgent, we should soon have automatic builds so that direct interaction with anaconda might be rarely needed.

@sauloal: indeed, BioDocker sounds like a perfect complement for bioconda! I would be extremely happy to cooperate and advertise the two together!

@xguse
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xguse commented Oct 5, 2015

I have been doing this for my groups stuff for a while! Glad to see a organized effort somewhere!

I would love to contribute the packages I have built that are not already represented! Please add me to the team!

Gus

@percyfal
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percyfal commented Oct 5, 2015

Great, thanks for adding me @johanneskoester. My username on anaconda is percyfal.

@johanneskoester
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Welcome Gus! Do you have the same username on anaconda.org? Then I can add you to the team there as well.

@xguse
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xguse commented Oct 6, 2015

@johanneskoester : no I am gusdunn on anaconda.org. Thanks again!

Gus

@johanneskoester
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ok, added!

@roryk
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roryk commented Oct 20, 2015

Thanks for setting this up everyone, can I help out? I'm roryk on anaconda.org and here.

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Welcome! I have added you to the teams.

@kyleabeauchamp
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The docs seem to suggest that people need to join the team to contribute, but I wonder if it makes sense to encourage people to file pull requests as well? AFAIK that seems like the easiest path to making a contribution.

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Good idea, I have added a sentence about that (in case somebody does not want to be a permanent team member).

@sebastian-luna-valero

Dear @johanneskoester ,

Sorry for my late response. I would be very happy to contribute to bioconda on behalf of CGAT.

Here is our anaconda channel:
https://anaconda.org/cgat

Many thanks and congratulations for this great initiative!

Best regards,
Sebastian.

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Great, I will add you to the team! Welcome!

@ostrokach
Contributor

This looks like a great idea and should avoid a lot of duplicated effort. Can I join in as well? My github and anaconda usernames are both ostrokach.

BTW, I think something similar was discussed on the conda email list a while back. It didn't get too far, but there are a few teams there that might be interested in helping out (e.g. ioos, omnia, tacaswell).

@tomkinsc tomkinsc added the help wanted label Nov 3, 2015
@brentp
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brentp commented Nov 11, 2015

Hi, could you add me to the team? I'm brentp on anaconda.org as well.
Thanks for creating this project.

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Welcome!

@guillermo-carrasco
Member

Hi,

Could you please add me to the team? I'd like to contribute to the community by uploading bcbio-monitor to begin with.

Thanks!

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Sure, glad to have a new contributor!

@guillermo-carrasco
Member

Thank you @johanneskoester !

@moonso
moonso commented Nov 20, 2015

Hello, I would also like to join the team!

Thank you

@robinandeer
Member

Hi, I was recommended by @guillermo-carrasco to add chanjo and some future exciting tools to the recipes

Can I join the team? 🌊

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Welcome, you two! I have sent an invitation!

@moonso
moonso commented Nov 20, 2015

👍

@lpantano
Contributor

Hi,

this is amazing! can i join? I work in the small rnaseq pipeline in bcbio-nextgen and I will like to add some packages related to srnaseq!

thanks

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Thanks! Sure, you are invited now!

@brainstorm
Contributor

Hello bioconda devs! May I join too? I have this one package I would like to contribute:

https://github.com/hall-lab/svtools

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Sure! I have sent an invitation.

@vivekiitkgp
Member

Finally a proper channel to distribute bio* packages! I'd be more than happy to add packages recipes! (vivekiitkgp on anaconda.org)

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Glad to hear that! Welcome!

@zachcp
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zachcp commented Dec 8, 2015

Hi Team Bioconda,

Great effort. I'd like to add some package recipes.

thanks,
zach cp

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Welcome Zach! I have sent an invitation.

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Can you give us your complete real name? We have a list of devs on the homepage.

@zachcp
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zachcp commented Dec 8, 2015

thanks @johanneskoester, my name is zachary charlop-powers

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Thanks! I'll add you to the list.

@tiagoantao
Member

I would like to submit a few population genetics packages (starting with genepop)

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Great! Welcome!

@rob-p
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rob-p commented Dec 15, 2015

Hi all, I'd be interested in joining the dev team. I think it would be a great distribution system for some of our lab's software!

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Great! I have sent an invitation.

@rob-p
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rob-p commented Dec 15, 2015

👍 thanks; accepted!

@brwnj
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brwnj commented Dec 15, 2015

@johanneskoester, I'm brwnj on both github and anaconda, requesting to be added. Thanks!

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Welcome :-)!

@sahilseth
Contributor

Okie, I went from zero knowledge, to gemini installed in 5 mins. This is very promising! Have a few ideas/pkgs which can be added, would be cool to be a part of dev team (will add some R packages).

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Glad to hear that! You are invited!

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Btw, can you give me your full name for the developer list on the homepage? Thanks!

@sahilseth
Contributor

Sure, 

Sahil Seth

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@johanneskoester
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Thanks!

@inodb
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inodb commented Dec 24, 2015

Hi Johannes,

This is a cool initiative! I'm looking to add some bioinformatics tools I worked on: sufam in particular. Can you add me?

Thanks,
Ino

@kes1smmn

Awesome project. I would love to contribute.
Please add me.

Thanks Keith

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Sure, I have sent invitations to both of you. @kes1smmn, can you give me your full name for the developer list on the homepage?

@kes1smmn

Thanks

Keith Simmon

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@bgruening
Contributor

Hi @johanneskoester,

I would also like to join the team and maintain a few packages. The Galaxy project is including a conda dependency resolver to install dependencies automatically for a Galaxy tool and we plan to use conda more often in the future.
My username is bgruening.

Thanks,
Bjoern

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Glad to hear that, Bjoern! I have invited you.

@dpryan79
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dpryan79 commented Jan 7, 2016

Could you add me as well? It'd be more convenient than bugging @bgruening to post updated recipes for me :)

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Sure, welcome!

@mjafin
mjafin commented Jan 11, 2016

Would be great to be contribute, please add me when convenient. @chapmanb can vouch I trust.

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Sure, welcome!

@cbrueffer
Member

Thanks for initiating this project, I'd love to chip in as well.

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Welcome!

@jeromekelleher
Member

Hi there! I'd like to contribute a recipe for msprime. This depends on GSL, which I'd be happy to add a recipe for also, as this seems like a fairly basic component that would be useful to others.

@chapmanb
Member

Jerome -- welcome, Johannes normally takes care of adding people but in the meantime I wanted to give a heads up that there is a gsl build in the 'r' channel that bioconda depends on -- wanted to save you some time.

@jeromekelleher
Member

Thanks @chapmanb, I'm looking forward to helping out here: this is a super useful resource!

@cokelaer
Contributor

Hi there, I like the idea of sharing recipes for bioinformatics. I'd like to join to contribute with some recipes. thanks

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Glad to hear that! Welcome!

@dakl
Contributor
dakl commented Jan 21, 2016

I'd love to join. I'm missing skewer (https://github.com/relipmoc/skewer.git) that I'm sure I can figure out how to contribute :)

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Sure. Can you tell me your full name for the dev list on the homepage?

@dyusuf
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dyusuf commented Feb 4, 2016

hi @johanneskoester great to C U here. I am a big fan of snakemake and using it to build a pipeline for which I wish to build conda package and add it here.

cheers.

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Welcome!

@vyokois
vyokois commented Feb 17, 2016

Hi, this is awesome! I'm currently studying bioinformatics and would love to join you guys and contribute. (anaconda.org username: yokoisva)

@JohnGreeley
Contributor

Hello all! I'd like to join the bioconda team.

@josephvitti

Greetings Bioconda Team! I would like to join as well :)

@daler
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daler commented Sep 9, 2016

Great -- welcome @Luobiny, @JohnGreeley, and @josephvitti!

@Shicheng-Guo

Me too. Hope to join the team.

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@daler
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daler commented Sep 9, 2016

Welcome @Shicheng-Guo !

@koustav-pal

I would like to join the initiative!!

Koustav Pal,

@mvdbeek
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mvdbeek commented Sep 16, 2016

I'd also be happy to join!

@bgruening
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@wckdouglas

I would like to join as well!

@johanneskoester
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Welcome!

@bogemad
bogemad commented Sep 23, 2016

Hello everyone.

I would love to contribute some packages I have generated. I'd like to join the team!

@bgruening
Contributor

@bogemad welcome! :)

@fabianomenegidio

I'd like to join the bioconda team. I would be contributing recipes related to bacterial genome assembly and RNA-Seq softwares.

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@souravsingh
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souravsingh commented Sep 26, 2016 edited

@johanneskoester I would like to join the bioconda team.

@jj-umn
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jj-umn commented Sep 26, 2016

I'd like to join the bioconda team. I hope to be contributing some packages for proteomics in the next few days.

@oena
oena commented Sep 27, 2016

I'd like to be added!

@malloryfreeberg
Contributor

I'd like to join! :]

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Welcome @oena and @malloryfreeberg! Looking forward to your PRs!

@aymanm
Contributor
aymanm commented Sep 29, 2016

Hi, I'd like to join the team.

Thanks

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Welcome @aymanm!

@bsennblad
Contributor

Hi,
I have created and built a few r- and bioconductor-recipes (using your excellent skeleton-tools) for a project I am working on and I thought it would be convenient to contribute them to bioconda. Would it be possible to join the team?
Thanks,

@glormph
Contributor
glormph commented Sep 30, 2016

I'd also like to add proteomics packages.
cheers

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Welcome @bsennblad and @glormph! It is great to see bioconda growing and growing!

@duxan
Contributor
duxan commented Oct 3, 2016

Hi everyone, I would like to help as well. Please add me: duxan here and also on anaconda.org

Tnx!

@bgruening
Contributor

Welcome @duxan!

@RoelKluin

I'd like to join to add a fastseg package,
Thanks

@bgruening
Contributor

Cool, welcome @RoelKluin!

@miasteinberg
Contributor

I'd like to join, please!

@daler
Member
daler commented Oct 5, 2016

Welcome @miasteinberg!

@arvkevi
Contributor
arvkevi commented Oct 8, 2016

Hello, can I please join?

@bgruening
Contributor

Welcome @arvkevi!

@pirovc
Contributor
pirovc commented Oct 10, 2016

Hi, I would like to join the group.

@bgruening
Contributor

Great, welsome @pirovc!

@rasmusagren
Contributor

Hi, I would be happy to join!

@daler
Member
daler commented Oct 11, 2016

Welcome @rasmusagren!

@kashyapchhatbar

I would be happy to join!!

@mcornwell1957
Contributor

long time user, first time contributor, please add me! Thank you!

@daler
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daler commented Oct 12, 2016
@tobiasrausch
Member

I would be happy to join to update the delly package.

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Glad to hear you want to join, Tobias! Thank you! I have sent an invitation.

@mictadlo
Contributor

Hi, I would like to try to contribute.

@fgiacomoni
Contributor
fgiacomoni commented Oct 31, 2016 edited

Hi folks,
I will be very happy to join the party and work on perl recipes... for metabolomic tools (@bgruening, @lecorguille, @bebatut, @abretaud ).

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Welcome @mictadlo and @fgiacomoni!

@cdunn2001

Please add me to the team!

@bgruening
Contributor

Welcome @cdunn2001!

@JinfengChen
Contributor

Please add me in to this great team. Thanks.

Jinfeng

@bgruening
Contributor

Welcome @JinfengChen

@wasade
Contributor
wasade commented Nov 16, 2016

Please add me to the team

@bgruening
Contributor

Welcome @wasade!

@iwohlers
Contributor

Please add me to the team, thanks!

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Welcome Inken! Glad to hear that!!

@ksuderman
Contributor

Greetings,

I would like to join the team so I can start contributing our NLP (Natural Language Processing) tools for Galaxy! @bgruening tells me this is the place to do it.

@bgruening
Contributor

Welcome @ksuderman :)

@upendrak
Contributor

@bgruening, i would like to join the Bioconda team so that i not only contribute to the Bioconda project but also use it for bringing bioconda packages to our CyVerse infrastructure.

@bgruening
Contributor

@upendrak thats awesome! Please let me know if anything is wrong with the containers.

@RobertKleinkauf
Contributor

I want to contribute the antaRNA project to Bioconda, and see if I can help otherwise too...
@bgruening please add me!

@bgruening
Contributor

Welcome Robert!

@christofsteel
Contributor

Hello @bgruening and others,
I would like to contribute software from the genome informatics group in Essen, GER. Please add me
Greetings,
Christoph

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Hi Christoph! Welcome on board!

@bgruening
Contributor

@christofsteel nice to see you here!

@tetianakh
Contributor

Hello all, I'd like to create a package for EricScript
I also have a question about specifying a runtime dependency on a package from another conda channel, should I create a new issue for that?

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Welcome @tetianakh! Quick answer: we only depend on conda-forge, R, and default channel. If your dependency is in another channel, you would have to port it either into bioconda (if it is bio*-related) or into conda-forge.

@tetianakh
Contributor

Thanks a lot, @johanneskoester! It's actually an R package, but for some reason it's not in the R channel: https://anaconda.org/dranew/r-ada

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Ok. We are about to move R packages into conda-forge, if they are not strictly bio-related. However, you might need to wait some weeks, until that move is complete. If it is urgent, you could also put that package into bioconda for now. We can move it over later.

@pitrack01

I would like to join! Just getting started....

@bgruening
Contributor

Welcome @pitrack01!

@bgruening bgruening referenced this issue in galaxyproject/galaxy-hub Dec 6, 2016
Open

Establish a Governance Model #30

@JenCabral
Contributor

I would like to join as I'm helping out converting the tools at the NML at the Public Health Agency of Canada to conda.

@bgruening
Contributor

Welcome @JenCabral.

@mlbendall
Contributor

Please add me to the team. Planning to add PathoScope and other software developed by @gwcbi.
Thanks!

@bgruening
Contributor

Hi @mlbendall - welcome to bioconda!

@holtgrewe
Contributor

Please add me to the team.

@bgruening
Contributor

Glad to see you here @holtgrewe!

@Takadonet

Can you please add me to the team.

Cheers

@bow
Member
bow commented Dec 21, 2016

Hi everyone,

I'm planning to add one or more recipes soon. May I be added to the team? Thanks in advance.

@daler
Member
daler commented Dec 21, 2016

Welcome @Takadonet and @bow!

@lparsons
Contributor

I'd be happy to help out, please add me to the team.

@daler
Member
daler commented Dec 21, 2016

Welcome @lparsons!

@dariober
Contributor

Hello! I'm the developer of ASCIIGenome. ASCIIGenome has been included in bioconda even if it wasn't me adding it. Can I become part of the team so to maintain ASCIIGenome (and maybe contribute other stuff)?

@bgruening
Contributor

Welcome @dariober!

@BiancaStoecker
Contributor

Please add me to the team.

@bgruening
Contributor

@BiancaStoecker welcome! :)

@russHyde

Hi could I be added to the team, please

@daler
Member
daler commented Jan 10, 2017

Welcome @russHyde!

@nsoranzo nsoranzo referenced this issue Jan 13, 2017
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transcomb new recipe #3464

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@philres
Contributor
philres commented Jan 15, 2017 edited

Hi! Could you please add me to the team as well?

@bgruening
Contributor

Welcome @philres!

@philres
Contributor
philres commented Jan 15, 2017

Thanks!

@keuv-grvl
Contributor

Hi! I totally forgot to join the team...
I have a particular interest in metagenomics tools and Jinja templating.
I would like to join the team so I won't disturb @bgruening or @bebatut with my PR :)

@johanneskoester
Contributor

Sure, welcome!

@lpryszcz
Contributor

Hi, Could you add me as well? I'd like to contribute with my tools. Thanks!

@bgruening
Contributor

Welcome @lpryszcz!

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