I can’t think of a more ominous way to start off my first graduate semester than with an almost-all-nighter.
Quite a few months ago, when my website was fully functional, I ran a wiki as a way of tracking all my programming projects. Unfortunately, somewhere amidst the numerous database migrations, the entire wiki database was lost. Of course, it’s not like I had any code of significant quality on it 😛 Still, it proved to be an excellent way to track my progress on any given project.
Not too long ago, I finally reinstalled the wiki on my new webhost, and over the course of this past weekend I gathered all the resources I have accumulated by way of GSoC and spent last night tallying what was online into a coherent article that I could use at a later time to pick up where I left off.
Of course, half the intended purpose of a wiki is to allow others to pick up my work, so it is there for anyone else to tackle as well.
There are a few other major projects I added links for, and which I will fill in with code and documentation soon enough.
http://www.magsolweb.net/wiki is the URL, though at the moment the wiki is misconfigured to disallow public access, and unfortunately I have not yet had a chance to contact my webhost to request FTP access from here in Pittsburgh. I will have that set up soon, though.
In the meantime, welcome to the Graduate Biological Sciences orientation: