Thank you and welcome! There are numerous ways to help. Here are some of
- Join the efforts of the Intergalactic Utilities Commission (IUC;
https://galaxyproject.org/iuc/). IUC maintains and develops Galaxy toolset.
The IUC goal is to produce a comprehensive set of tools covering major
areas of scientific data analysis (not limited to biology).
- Contribute tutorials to Galaxy Training Network (GTN;
- Improve Galaxy itself by contributing to Galaxy's codebase directly (
Also, take a look at out gitter channel at
Professor of Biochemistry
and Molecular Biology
Penn State University
On Sun, Mar 26, 2017 at 2:18 PM, <maximilian_gr...@web.de> wrote:
> Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
> my name is Maximilian Greil. I would like to contribute to the Galaxy
project. I recently started contributing to the Biopython project and would
also like to help improving the Galaxy project.
> What would be a good start for a Galaxy beginner to contribute, maybe
someone here knows some issues for testing or bug fixing to start with?
> Kind regards,
> Maximilian Greil
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