Hi Alex,

have a look at that page:

http://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Tool%
20Shed#The_contents_of_your_tool_shed_repository

In the near future a small sub community will review tools according to
these features. A rating system is already included in the current
toolshed.

Hope that helps a little bit.
Bjoern

> Hi All,
> We are experimenting with local toolsheds for tool maintainability. On
> the old galaxy wiki I can remember there was a short tutorial or small
> description of the minimal requirements of a tool to be submitted to
> the toolshed. Actually we submitted some.
> 
> However we seem unable to retrieve the proper info from the updated
> wiki.
> 
> We did find info on single tools or suites, or more special cases, but
> a simple example/list of  how and what to include in a repository is
> missing (at least we cannot find it....might be an issue of wrong key
> words)..
> 
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> Anyone has an idea where to find such a document?
> 
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> Thanks
> 
> Alex
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