[BioC] The upcoming release: how you might be able to help

A.J. Rossini rossini at blindglobe.net
Wed Oct 15 17:24:28 MEST 2003

Folks -

The Bioconductor core team is in the process of debugging and
finalizing the content in the development packages to be released in
the next version in a few weeks.

If you have any ideas for improvements to your favorite or most often
used packages (especially corrections/additions related to
documentation, though even just suggestions would be welcome), now
would be a wonderful time to convey them to us, in particular, to me,
so that we can look into adding what might be possible for the coming

In addition, if you are running R 1.8.0 or later (i.e. later being
R-patched/R-devel, though not necessarily recommended for daily use),
we would love to get feedback on use/bugs/corrections/desired features
for the packages that you use, before the release.  

Remember, any help that you can provide with respect to this will only
improve the quality of the coming release!

If you have any questions or comments about this request, or if you
have suggestions/changes/additions that we could or should add, please
contact me (mailto:rossini at u.washington.edu) off-list.  

Please (feel free to) send this to me; I'll compile, fix, or forward
to the appropriate people and maintainers as needed.

Thanks in advance, from the Bioconductor Core developers.


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