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GalaxyP Conda Contribution Fest

GalaxyP Conda Contribution Fest

On September 27th and 28th, the Galaxy-P project organized it's first Contribution fest with the aim to port as many as possible tool dependencies to Conda packages. Conda packages are the future of Galaxy’s tool dependency management and will yield more robust tools and automatic CI testing of all Galaxy-P tools.

The Galaxy-P community was available for two days on gitter and helped everyone who wanted to contribute and to get started with Conda packaging. Thanks to all contributors for their amazing work, the priceless french lessons and all the fun we had discovering all the pitfalls of packaging scientific software.

  • Matt Chambers (Vanderbilt University)
  • Jorrit Boekel (Karolinska Institutet)
  • James Johnson (University of Minnesota)
  • Gildas Le Corguillé (RBI Informatique)
  • Praveen Kumar (University of Minnesota)
  • Sourav Singh
  • Bérénice Batut (Uni-Freiburg)
  • Clemens Blank (Uni-Freiburg)
  • Björn Grüning (Uni-Freiburg)
  • Pratik Jagtap (University of Minnesota)

More than 20 Pull requests were created and merged to BioConda and made available for everyone that is using Conda. Moreover for each of these packages a Docker Image was created to ease the tool deployment. A list of the most important pull requests are given below:

We hope that all Galaxy users will enjoy the outcome of this Codefest and that deployment of Proteomic tools are now easier than ever! We hope to see you at our next Codefest, stay tuned - there is a new one already planned!

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