Re: Source code for SOAPdenovo available?
hey guys, I have to hand it to the soap denovo people. Ruibang Luo
<firstname.lastname@example.org> actually spent some of his precious time
to help me out at KAUST, where we have a pretty peculiar setup: Power7
series with 512GB of RAm and ugh, RHEL 5.4. It would be godsend if
they would publish the binary on their site or published the code on
still, A+ for their willingness to help us out. :)
On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 5:03 PM, Andreas Tille <email@example.com> wrote:
> I'm writing on behalf of the Debian Med project which tries to assemble
> Free Software for bio-medical research in a ready to install form inside
> the Debian GNU/Linux system (and thus as a consequence into Ubuntu). A
> colleague of mine started using SOAPdenovo and thus I'm considering it
> a good target for including it into Debian. When reading the homepage
> I see
> "Only precompiled binary version available now."
> The question is: If the source is not available NOW, do you have any
> plans for the future? Will you possibly release the source code under
> a license which would enable us packaging it for Debian? Any free
> license (like GPL, BSD or something like this) would be really great.
> If you would consider to provide the source under a free license we hope
> to be able ti make your program even more popular in the bio-medical
> researchers world because Debian and its bio-medical derivatives seem to
> become more and more interesting by assembling a useful set of tools
> which covers all workfields in Biology.
> Kind regards
>  http://soap.genomics.org.cn/soapdenovo.html
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