[pypy-svn] r3544 - pypy/trunk/doc/funding

pedronis at codespeak.net pedronis at codespeak.net
Wed Mar 31 01:32:08 CEST 2004

Author: pedronis
Date: Wed Mar 31 01:32:07 2004
New Revision: 3544

resync ReST text files with the edits that produced negotiations/PyPy-Ta.sxw

Modified: pypy/trunk/doc/funding/B4.resources.txt
--- pypy/trunk/doc/funding/B4.resources.txt	(original)
+++ pypy/trunk/doc/funding/B4.resources.txt	Wed Mar 31 01:32:07 2004
@@ -154,39 +154,6 @@
 Näringslivscentrum, Elmo Leather, Learning Tree International, FSO,
 Semcon, Lundsbergs Internatskola,Galaxenis
-**Max-Planck Institut für Infektionsbiologie**
-  Role:    Technical Partner 
-  Country: Germany
-  Contact: Mark Achtman
-The Max-Planck Institut für Infektionsbiologie
-(http://www.mpiib-berlin.mpg.de) contains over 200 scientific and
-technical staff, including a small bioinformatics group, and is
-dedicated to basic research on problems relating to infectious
-diseases. The institute performs molecular biological, cell biological
-and immunological research on multiple bacterial pathogens, that are
-variously responsible for millions of deaths per year due to
-tuberculosis, dysentery, meningitis and other diseases. Within the
-institute, a research group of 7 scientists led by Dr. Mark Achtman
-(http://www.mpiib-berlin.mpg.de/institut/molecular01.htm) concentrates
-on reconstructing the evolution of bacterial pathogens. Approaches
-from the fields of bioinformatics, population genetics and theoretical
-biology are used to elucidate signals within DNA sequences of bacteria
-from epidemiologically relevant collections. In recent years, the
-group has demonstrated that certain bacterial pathogens evolved only
-very recently while others have accompanied the spread of anatomically
-modern humans throughout the last 200,000 years. These analyses are
-performed in a heterogeneous network of Windows and UNIX workstations
-and data is stored in a variety of different database systems. Global
-WEB-based publication of data within the databases
-(http://web.mpiib-berlin.mpg.de) will be greatly expanded in the
-immediate future. The group uses Python extensively for its
-bioinformatics analyses, will help in the development of PyPy and will
-act as a test site to evaluate increased performance within its
-bioinformatics activities.
@@ -398,20 +365,6 @@
 ensuring smooth communication between the project and the FP6 project
-Max Planck Institut
-will showcase how to apply the results of the project in the research
-environment. The institute currently leverages the speed of development
-with Python but would be able to solve a wider range of problems with
-a faster version of the language.
-MPI will bring Samuele Pedroni to the project.
-Samuele Pedroni is the main developer of Jython, an implementation of
-Python that uses the Java Virtual Machine. He is an expert on how to
-generate code for different virtual machines. He brings experience in
-this field and a creative mind to the project.
 University of Southampton
 is the employer of Armin Rigo, who is the lead architect of the whole
@@ -505,7 +458,7 @@
 Ability to deliver
-DFKI, Logilab, Max Planck Institut and University of Southampton have
+DFKI, Logilab, and University of Southampton have
 already successfully participated in EU projects, so their ability to
 deliver on another project should not be in doubt.

Modified: pypy/trunk/doc/funding/B5.0_manage_bea.txt
--- pypy/trunk/doc/funding/B5.0_manage_bea.txt	(original)
+++ pypy/trunk/doc/funding/B5.0_manage_bea.txt	Wed Mar 31 01:32:07 2004
@@ -251,7 +251,7 @@
 Representatives in the technical board:
 - Armin Rigo, University of Southampton
-- Samuele Pedroni, MPI
+- Samuele Pedroni
 - Holger Krekel, PBF
 - Christian Tismer, PBF

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