Zoom: Seb, Josh, J-m, Frances, Petr, Dom, Mark, Will, Wilma, Riad, Simon, David, Melissa,
Andreas, Emil, Chris, Liza
Start: 2:00 pm
(2-3 minutes each)
Bio-Formats 6.1 update:
Release candidate this week
Incl. OMERO integration for testing (see below)
uploaded when tag set, available on github
looking into slice2html.
Josh: merge-ci status (Updated OpsX card)
Only 1 location for testing your stuff
away. Duplicate jobs on ci-master will be shelved.
Only test merge BF + merge OMERO
Valuable DB on ci-merge server?
Will: various links to eel in PRs and cards.
First OMERO 5.4.10 with BF 6 starting to ship to customers.
used by customers
Webinar next Tuesday (won’t be in this meeting)
Seb: heads up - BF 6.1 might be more tricky wrt dependencies.
(5 min. max; tech. Discussion should be highlighted to relevant people and rescheduled)
(20-25 minutes plus 15 minutes questions max)
Update on status of IDR
Refocusing: IDR 0.6.8 rather than IDR 0.7.0, end of June
Gallery ✔ (new user experience)
Search ! (no major deficiencies)
Need to work. Fixes something that appears as broken
Follow-up of read-only split on IDR. Might affect any
big deployment similar to IDR
Ingest ! (speed of)
Aka import + curation.
limiting factor is people?
Import too slow (can’t be blocking)
Petr: reference point?
100-1K plates) can take up to several weeks
data transfer (close to the wall on 1536-well plates. ~20h)
expectations. E.g. Email on completion. (Emil: depends on deployment since some don’t even know there is an import. I.e. it should just be there.)
but needs more work
curators doing the imports?
Simon - can we script more of the IDR import steps?
killing server. Could make use of scripts.
import commands. Fixing readers, formats and guidance for submitters etc.
OMERO 5.5 & Bio-Formats 6.1 ? (*single codebase, new
Other national/institute strategies
Gallery report (Will)
(Missed where that happened). Will: show a reduced number of hits (e.g. under tissues). But the auto-complete list of genes is not filtered. (Only bug)
fix the CORS)
things that are broken, e.g. to prevent loading everything into RAM)