[GET-dev] Feature ideas

Madeleine Ball mpball at gmail.com
Wed Feb 16 20:27:11 EST 2011

On Wed, Feb 16, 2011 at 5:40 PM, Ward Vandewege <ward at clinicalfuture.com> wrote:
> Hi Chris and Evan,
> On Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 11:53:36AM -0500, Chris Ball wrote:
>>    > Hi, I am a rotation student in Dr. Church's lab working on the
>>    > GET- Evidence site until June of this year. I currently have my
>>    > own fork of the site running at emaxwell.freelogy.org. I just
>>    > wanted to introduce myself to everyone and see if there are any
>>    > suggestions for useful features that I could add.
>> I've been wondering the same thing; I think I'd enjoy spending more
>> time working on get-evidence if I knew what needed doing.  There used
>> to be a bugtracker at https://trac.scalablecomputingexperts.com/, but
>> it looks like folks stopped using it last year sometime.
> Thanks for bringing that up. We've now migrated all the issues and most of
> the wiki pages to
>  https://redmine.clinicalfuture.com/projects/get-evidence
> Feel free to make an account there and take ownership of an issue you can
> help with!
> We still have some wiki pages from the old trac instance that need to go to a
> new home - we're working on getting that done.
> Thanks,
> Ward.

I've started using the issues tracking and added (yet another) feature
we'd like: adding Polyphen predictions to GET-Evidence. I marked high
priority because we'd like it soon (we have received criticism for not
using a published amino-acid-effect prediction algorithm) and it
should be fairly doable.


  - Madeleine

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