The Open Genome Informatics team serves as an “umbrella" organization to support the efforts of many open-access open-source bioinformatics projects for <https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/> Google Summer of Code (GSoC<https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/>). Among this list of projects are Reactome and GMOD and its software projects -- JBrowse; Galaxy; WormBase; and others.
Call for 2021 Project Ideas and Mentors: We are seeking project ideas to post and attract talented students to this year’s Summer of Code competition. If you have a project idea for which you would like to mentor a student, please contact Robin Haw, Marc Gillespie, and Scott Cain (emails above).
You can also submit your ideas here<http://gmod.org/wiki/GSOC_Project_Ideas_2021>.
For more information please refer to the Open Genome Informatics page on the GMOD.org website<http://gmod.org/wiki/GSoC><http://gmod.org/wiki/GSoC#Google_Summer_of_Code_2020>.
The mentoring organization application deadline with GSoC is February 19th at 2 pm EST. So, if you are interested in taking part with the team please let us know as soon as possible.
Please forward this to others who might be interested in taking part.
If you have any questions please let us know.
Robin, Marc, and Scott.
The September newsletter
<https://galaxyproject.org/news/2021-09-galaxy-update/> brings lots of
- 12 recent use cases for UseGalaxy.eu, covering a broad spectrum of
- Want to help address misconceptions about Galaxy?
- The Galaxy Community Hub is now using Gridsome.
- ELIXIR community updates
- JXTX Foundation 2021 Awards
- 7 open positions in Belgium, Italy, and the US
- The Galaxy YouTube channel is growing up
- Upcoming events
- Galaxy Platforms News
- Recent Blog Posts
- Doc, Hub, and Training Updates
- Recent Publications
- and other news too.
Sit back, get comfortable, and explore the Galaxy...
Beatriz Serrano-Solano and Dave Clements, Editors