This page and its sub-pages can be used by potential GSOC 2016 students to detail their project proposals before submitting through the GSOC proposal.
Remember the GSOC proposal timeline:
> 14 March 19:00 UTC Student application period opens
> 25 March 19:00 UTC Student application deadline.
See also the GSOC Student Manual for details of the GSOC application process.
Apache Taverna have suggested some project ideas using the gsoc2016 label in JIRA. These include:
- Run Docker from Taverna - TAVERNA-901Getting issue details... STATUS
Add Common Workflow Language support to Taverna - TAVERNA-900Getting issue details... STATUS
.. and/or a selection of its subtasks:
- Parser for Common Workflow Language workflows - TAVERNA-877Getting issue details... STATUS
- Save CWL workflows - TAVERNA-881Getting issue details... STATUS
- Docker command line tool - TAVERNA-879Getting issue details... STATUS
- Browse+use CWL tool descriptions - TAVERNA-880Getting issue details... STATUS
- Execute CWL Tool descriptions - TAVERNA-878Getting issue details... STATUS
- Run cwlrunner - TAVERNA-938Getting issue details... STATUS
Students are encouraged to mix/match from this selection or to create their own proposal - add it as a JIRA task for TAVERNA and use the label gsoc2016.
(No particular order - according to the JIRA issue comments)
- Willy Aguirre:
- Namodaya Balaarachchi
- Amila Karunathilaka
- Thilina Manamgoda
- Rajan Maurya
- Serban Mardaloescu
- Nadeesh Dilanga
You will need to write a project proposal that is part of your GSOC application process. We suggest you use Google Docs and share the links with dev@taverna so the Taverna community can help you develop your proposal before you submit your application to GSOC.
Mentors from Apache Taverna
We'll need one primary mentor per accepted proposal - although the other mentors and the rest of dev@taverna will help.
- Alan R Williams
- Stian Soiland-Reyes
- Ian Dunlop
- Donal Fellows
You may also be interested in submitting any CWL-related proposal to the Open Bioinformatics Foundation as a GSOC host project, where Michael Crusoe has agreed to mentor any CWL-Taverna projects.