Hi All -

I have dropped the ball on this one. We at Iowa have gotten bogged down in storage issues with galaxy (our existing storage was crashing) and have been spending all my time evaluating different storage solutions under load: zfs, gluster, lustre, nfs for our galaxy and high performance compute cluster. This week our testing and evaluation is almost completed.


I have a proposed agenda for our first call I need to circulate as well I have lined up an online web conference solution for us to try which will allow our calls to be recorded and posted for playback. I am actually talking to Dave today and hopefully I will get something out for a call in early to mid July.

Sorry folks, I have been busy and it has been hard to get back to this.

Ann

On 6/28/2012 4:14 AM, Sebastian Schaaf wrote:
Also hello to everyone,

As I browsed through those tabs which are open for weeks I rediscovered the online survey "Interested in Deploying Your Own Local Galaxy?" connected to this thread here. The last response I could find in this context was the one below which was written by Ann. To make it short: did anything happen in the meantime, has there been any telephone conference, is there still any interest out there? I filled out the survey and ask myself wether it makes still sense to submit the form. Regarding the fact I can participate in this year's Galaxy Developers Conference (GCC in Chicago) I would be quite happy if some contacts may arise from this thread or the conference or both in a mutual way (which would be somewhat perfect). The heavily discussed topic regarding time zones should not prevent us from going ahead.

Best regards and thanks in advance,

Sebastian Schaaf
(Munich, Germany)


Ann Black-Ziegelbein schrieb:
Hello everyone!

Here is a link to a brief survey about how you are using, or plan to use Galaxy locally. If you could take a moment to complete the survey, it will help steer the teleconferences as we get going (and also alleviate having to spend time on the call providing the same background info). The results of the survey will be made public off of a new wiki site that Galaxy's Dave Clements is arranging for the group - thanks Dave!

Web Survey: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dGJZcmxEWDQ3aERPNmlBaDl1eHVsQ3c6MQ

Once the teleconference infrastructure details are in place and finalized, I will send out a web poll to see if we can find a time that works for the majority.

Thanks,

Ann Black-Ziegelbein



On 4/27/2012 2:14 PM, Ryan Golhar wrote:
This is a great idea.

On Fri, Apr 27, 2012 at 2:45 PM, Ann Black-Ziegelbein <annbl...@eng.uiowa.edu <mailto:annbl...@eng.uiowa.edu>> wrote:

    Hi everyone -

    Here at the University of Iowa we are working on deploying Galaxy
    locally for campus wide access.  I am interested in forming a
    community of other institutions trying to deploy Galaxy locally
    and mange/operate it on a broad level.  Is anyone else?   If
    there is enough interest, possibly we could have  a community
    conference call every other month to have an open discussion on
    how we are all deploying galaxy, customizations we are making,
    problems we are encountering, bugs, and any add-on operations
    management for galaxy being developed, etc.

    Would love to hear from others operating Galaxy or in process of
    standing up a local deployment.

    Thanks!

    Ann Black-Ziegelbein
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