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Generic Model Organism Database Meeting

May 16-17, 2005
SRI, Menlo Park, CA
9:00am Introductions
Scott Cain, GMOD coordinator
9:15 Project updates (short!)
10:00 Break
10:15 My trip to France (setting up ParameciumDB)
Scott Cain
10:45 Textpresso update
Eimear Kenney
11:15 Pathway Tools
Peter Karp
12:00 Lunch
1:15 Porting CHADO and GMOD Tools to Oracle and Integration with dictyBase
Eric Just
2:00 chado design, XSL, XML, XORT
Pinglei Zhou and Chris Mungall
2:45 Break
3:00 BioMart and chado
Arek Kasprzyk
3:45 Turnkey
Brian O'Connor
4:30 Wrap up for the day--items to discuss over dinner
Scott Cain

Tuesday, May 17

9:00 Comparative genome annotation of D. pseudoobscura and its implementation in chado
Peili Zhang
9:45 sybil for comparative genomics
Samuel Angiuoli
10:30 Break
10:45 Apollo Update
Nomi Harris and Mark Gibson
10:45 Transposon Insertions and Transposon Constructs editor
Frank Smutniak
12:00 Lunch
1:15 Bio::GMOD and standard URLs
Todd Harris
2:15 Interaction Browsers (a presentation prepared at the meeting because the topic came up)
Ben Faga
2:30 Break
3:00 Das2
Lincoln Stein
3:45 Package Management for Bioinformatics Libraries, Applications and Data
Allen Day
4:30 Wrap up; next meeting, etc (with notes in the presentation from items discussed)
Lincoln Stein and Scott Cain

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