[MOBY-l] a request: In preparation for the Moby Annotation Jamboree...
goodb at interchange.ubc.ca
Mon Sep 15 12:00:43 EDT 2008
Participation is very simple. All you will need to do is
1) log in into the website we are still constructing with an OpenID (http://openid.net/get/
- we have tested with myvidoop and yahoo id providers)
2) answer a few questions about your experience with biomoby web
3) you will then be presented with a service and some information
about it and then will be asked to add descriptive annotations to it
using one of two kinds of tagging system. When you finish one service,
another one will be presented and you be able to continue for as long
as you wish.
Anyone could do this and even 10 minutes of time would help - though
biologists and bioinformaticians willing to tag for hours would be
I sent the previous message mostly for service providers who might
wish to ensure that their services are in the group to be annotated.
thanks for your interest, please do let me know if you have any more
On Sep 15, 2008, at 1:35 AM, Bjoern Usadel wrote:
> Dear Ben,
> As I wasn't following this, and before I sign away somebody's
> firstborn, what would one have to do?
> Annotate biology, inputs outputs, testing?
> Best Wishes,
> Benjamin Good wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>> For those of you that are interested in participating in the service
>> annotation jamboree, could you please do the following:
>> 1) Make sure any service (at this stage, we are working on individual
>> services, not workflows), that you would like to see annotated
>> in the Canada moby central registry. If this is a problem, please
>> contact me.
>> 2) Email me a list of services that you are specifically interested
>> - the URIs for the services name would be ideal. I don't know how
>> many people will participate so I want to develop a focused list of
>> high-priority services to start things off with. Eventually we hope
>> all of the services in the registry will be described.
>> 3) Send me a list of email addresses for people that you think would
>> be interested in participating (or that you can force somehow ;).
>> We are testing the annotation interface/code now (written by Paul
>> Lu). Assuming it passes the tests, we should be ready to get started
>> by the end of next week.
>> thanks very much
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