any thing to do???

mustafa lordverminard at gmail.com
Thu Jul 28 05:13:28 CEST 2005


James Stroud wrote:
> The world needs an open source tool for working with DNA sequences 
> graphically. I know what needs to be done, but I am not finding much time to 
> do it. I have already coded a graphical sequence editor and some cool tools 
> for sequence analysis. For this project I am using Tkinter as the gui and 
> biopython as the main code-base. Right now, a critical thing to do would be 
> to use the Tkinter Canvas to draw plasmid maps. Don't worry if you don't know 
> what a plasmid is. It is a simple concept. If you want to become a hero to 
> thousands in a field with 0 competition, this is the place. If you are 
> interested, let me know. Maybe we can find a way to harness your time and 
> enthusiasm. If you are good at organization, maybe you could help to turn 
> this into a true open source project that interfaces with biopython. (Does 
> anybody recognize the plea-for-help aspect of my message?)
> 
> James
> 
> On Wednesday 27 July 2005 08:00 am, mustafa wrote:
> 
>>i hav just finished learning pythob from "A byte of python"(an online
>>book) so i wanted to apply my new skills. to learn and to have some fun.
>>is there any place which lists jobs to be done...you know minor jobs and
>>requests thats nobody has found time to do.
>>i would point out that i am not looking for a JOB as job with payment.
>>i am looking for a JOB that is to be done and nobody has done it yet.
>>
>>also aside from this is there any other way i could use python and
>>improve. i figure this practice will make me a lot better. but if anybody
>>else has any ideas than that would be good too .
> 
> 
sounds great.
umm so i need to learn tinkter.
well i guess i'll get started on it.
and i hope i can help.




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