please have a look at
Here we try to develop small scripts to load data into a library and
setting up everything for a workshop. Indeed this container was used for
a few workshops already but is still under development.
The plan is to move useful tools into the main Galaxy Docker image at
Our goal is to deliver training material + frozen Docker containers so
everyone can exactly reproduce a workshop.
Hope this helps!
> Sounds like this will be an interesting meeting and quite germane to a
> requirement of mine.
> I want to achieve an environment as follows:
> 1) Galaxy Docker container (Thanks Bjorn :-) )with minimal tools deliverable
> to course developers machine e.g. via Kitematic
> 2) Course developer adds minimal set of Galaxy tools required to deliver
> 3) Developer then adds shared data, workflows, notes & materials and tests
> 4) Runs tools to extract tools etc to an export set
> 5) Course can be then deployed to a (local) Training server's Docker
> container using complementary set of tools to
> import from the export set (or to a user's desktop e.g.via Kitematic as part
> of an e-learning environment)
> Currently working my way through Bioblend API docs & notes from GCC 2015
> workshop to see how much of
> this is achievable (also have Bjorn's notes on cloning tools from Galaxy Main
> which I hope to adapt).
> Any advice/insights welcomed along with any advances in automation from
> Development team.
> Mark Fernandes
> Bioinformatics/Biomathematics Training
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