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Your bioinformatics resource is in the Canadian Bioinformatics Newsletter (fwd)


just to let you people know about Debian-Med mentioning in Linux User and
Developer read below.
This page lists more interesting projects which we could definitely list and

Moreover I might like to draw your attention on my latest talks.  Yesterday
I had a Talk at LinuxTag Chemnitz


and will have a talk in April:


Moreover I like to let you know that I was at Asian Mini Debconf which was
very interesting for me.  I guess we could get some really great help from
people in Asia if they would be able and willing to cummunicate in English.

Find my talk about Custom Debian Distributions here:


Find just a couple of images from there at


Kind regards



---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Mon, 07 Mar 2005 09:26:29 +0000
From: Bela Tiwari <btiwari@ceh.ac.uk>
To: dswan@bioinformatics.org, luc@bioinformatics.org,
    vimalkumar_v@bioinformatics.org, info@biolinux.org, bent.terp@biosci.ki.se,
    glen@callident.com, edd@debian.org, bioland@mail.cbi.pku.edu.cn,
    agarwalpk@ornl.gov, tillea@rki.de, nutello@sweetness.com
Cc: dfield@ceh.ac.uk
Subject: Your bioinformatics resource is in the Canadian Bioinformatics


This is just to let you know that there is an overview of the
bioinformatics resources mentioned in the article published in Linux
User and Developer now in the Canadian Bioinformatics HelpDesk
Newsletter and that your distribution/project is listed within it.




Dr. Bela Tiwari
Lead Bioinformatician
Environmental Genomics
Thematic Programme Data Centre

CEH Oxford
Mansfield Road
Oxford, OX1 3SR
01865 281975


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