[Biopython-dev] "Final" biopython website for your inspection

Jeffrey Chang jchang at smi.stanford.edu
Wed Mar 19 18:13:33 EST 2003

Hey, super-cool job!  Looks great!

Looks ready to go to me.  One thing: under Documentation, "Online 
courses" should be changed to "Course Notes" or "Online Course Notes" 
or something, to prevent giving people the idea that we teach courses 


On Wednesday, March 19, 2003, at 02:44  PM, Brad Chapman wrote:

> Hey all;
> Based on the feedback I got on the first version of a new biopython
> website that I sent out, I figured that a few people liked it and it
> didn't make anyone retch -- so I went ahead and finished what I 
> consider
> a "final" biopython website I'd be willing to put up as the main site.
> The site, for your fine inspection, is up at:
> http://evostick.agtec.uga.edu/biopython/
> It contains all of the content we talked about last go at the site. 
> This
> is less static text then before, which I think is a good thing since
> it's very hard to keep all of that updated.
> I've also added a Participants page that can be edited online (add
> yourself, delete yourself, edit your information). It uses a single
> username and password to allow you to login and do the editing, to
> provide enough "security" that someone especially annoying can't delete
> everyone or do other mischievous things. I'd encourage people to add
> themselves and play around with it. The login name is 'biopython' and
> the password is 'user.'
> I'd love to get feedback on this and get it in a final form so that we
> can get it going at biopython.org. Please play around with it and let
> with it and let me know any thoughts.
> Doing the site was a good experience for me as I haven't done much with
> (semi-)interactive sites before -- mmmm, sessions, cookies; lots of
> learning for me. Now I'm ready to leave you suckas in the dust and
> embark on a wondeful new life of making big coin designing websites 
> :-).
> Brad
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