Josh Berkus wrote:
> Erik, all:
> The main efforts in the realm of Bio Postgres would be the BLASTGres project
> and UnisonDB. Neither of these project seem to even *have* a mailing list;
> in fact, BLASTgres seems to have stalled, probably because of the original
> students graduating.
> However, there is the existing pgFoundry project BioPostgres.
> This seems to be idle right now; if you want me to, I can contact the original
> admins, check status, and maybe make you admin and add a mailing list.
Alternately, there are a number of bioinformatics projects that have
their own project specific mailing lists . You might see if one or more
of the lists hosted by the GMOD project would work for you. I know that
CHADO (a GMOD project), in particular, works well with PostgreSQL... In
fact, we may offer CHADO/GMOD related training before too long...
GMOD is a very active project...
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