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Re: Participation to Debian Med

Hi Andreas,

Thank you for the answer - I am dealing with a fair share of sequencing data, and some of the programs I use are not packaged (as far as I know). So I would suggest tools that I use indeed, of which either Bandage [0] or Unicycler [1] may be a good start. I had a chance to help debug a bit Unicycler with Ryan (the author) and it was a very nice exchange.

Does that sound good? I can think of other suggestions should those prove too difficult. 

With kind regards,

[0] https://github.com/rrwick/Bandage/
[1] https://github.com/rrwick/Unicycler
From: Andreas Tille <andreas@fam-tille.de>
Sent: Friday, July 14, 2017 9:06 AM
To: Cédric Lood
Cc: debian-med@lists.debian.org
Subject: Re: Participation to Debian Med

Hi Cédric,

thanks for your interest in Debian Med.

On Thu, Jul 13, 2017 at 01:21:24PM +0000, Cédric Lood wrote:
> I am contacting you after having been lurking for some time the Debian Med project and would like to help out. I have some experience with using Linux (my own background being in CS and bioinfo), and I have an interest to learn the tricks of the trade behind the maintenance of packages. So far, I have been reading the project's group policy and discovered you had a mentoring program - I would like to enter that program if anyone would be willing to pair up.

Sounds very good.

> You can reach me here, or via IRC (altersid on freenode/debian).

I admit I prefer communication via e-mail list but if needed I'm fine to
schedule IRC meetings outside office hours.  The only time when I'm
available on IRC fully is at DebConf - which will be in August. ;-)

You can find the mentoring program here


Feel free to pick some program that might be used by you but is not
yet packaged for Debian or pick from our todo list starting here


what you might consider interesting for your work and we can start
with the mentoring.

> Looking forward to hear from you,

Kind regards



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