On Wed, May 11, 2016 at 02:37:45AM +0300, Canberk Koç wrote:
> Hello Andreas,
> I changed the project abstract in the GSoC page to make it more easy to
> understand for everyone.
> If you want to look here is
> https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/projects/#4737187635527680 link of it
> if i wrote anything wrong i can change immediately.
Here are some correction from my side (no idea how to edit this
The Debian Med project prepares packages that are associated with
medicine, pre-clinical research, and life sciences. Its developments are
mostly focused on three areas for the moment: medical practice, imaging
The Debian Med team has packaged a lot of medical (biological,
scientific) tools and libraries. We want to make these tools work %100
efficient, stable and featuring reproducible results. In this project
we'll add auto package tests to tools which don't have these tests, hunt
bugs of packages which failed in autopkgtests and take stability, user
confidence into the results to higher levels like what Continous
Integration concept of Debian do.
To whom may be curious about the concept: The Debian continuous
integration (debci) is an automated system that coordinates the
execution of automated tests against packages in the Debian system.
Debci will continuously run autopkgtest test suites from source packages
in the Debian archive. The long term goal is to equip every package
in the field of biology with such a test suite and this GSoC project
should gain a solid base for the long term goal.
Thanks for your enhancements