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    Hadley King
    @HadleyKing
    Thanks @nsoranzo
    Hadley King
    @HadleyKing
    @nsoranzo did you want to contribute to the BCC2020 talk? I'm putting it together now and if you wanted (don't have to) I could edit in a clip if you wanted to provide it.
    Nicola Soranzo
    @nsoranzo
    No worries, go ahead, I still have mine to finish ;)
    Hadley King
    @HadleyKing
    @nsoranzo I have been thinking that it might be best to split out the front end and back end portions of the Galaxy BCO and have them as separate pull requests. At this point I think there is very little left to do with the workflow API script. And we could have that start the review process. Your thoughts?
    It might also make sense to generalize and break out some of the portions that I have constructed. Some of it could be used for other dev projects like the RO/CWL stuff.
    Nicola Soranzo
    @nsoranzo
    Splitting out the API part is surely a good option. How close to completion is the UI part?
    Hadley King
    @HadleyKing
    The UI portion is close, but it's a matter of finishing up the various components. I know what needs to be done.
    Nicola Soranzo
    @nsoranzo
    It's up to you then, if you want to split it or not.
    Hadley King
    @HadleyKing
    @nsoranzo there are two things I still need some help with...
    The BCO should have information about environment variables and external data endpoints
    I think(hope) that each of these would be fairly easy to pull out.
    1) for the external data endpoints: This would be any sequences or data that were pulled in via the workflow during the invocation. So for example my test pipeline takes an accession and pulls the sequence from NCBI. I would like to be able to pull that into the BCO...
    Hadley King
    @HadleyKing
    2) For environment variables: I think we should pull anything that may be important between an instance of galaxy. I am not familiar with what that could be... Any suggestions for that? Like the available number of cores, or the underlying OS, or the DB type? What would be of use in comparing implementations of Galaxy?
    Once I have those answers I think I can begin to split out the UI and API and we can get galaxyproject/galaxy#9077 in review!
    Hadley King
    @HadleyKing
    @nsoranzo see above
    Hadley King
    @HadleyKing

    @/all FYI

    Once I have those answers I think I can begin to split out the UI and API and we can get galaxyproject/galaxy#9077 in review!

    I have moved the above pull request into review. It is a long set of functions and I think it will take a while so I figured I would get started on this process even if I am still waiting on a couple more answers

    Nicola Soranzo
    @nsoranzo
    And with the help of John Chilton (Galaxy Core Team member), the above-mentioned PR has been merged and will be part of the next release of Galaxy (20.09) :tada:
    Hadley King
    @HadleyKing
    This is great news @nsoranzo !!
    Now we need to start a paper 😎
    Jonathon Keeney
    @kee007ney

    And with the help of John Chilton (Galaxy Core Team member), the above-mentioned PR has been merged and will be part of the next release of Galaxy (20.09) :tada:

    Huzzah!!

    Michael R. Crusoe
    @mr-c
    Jonas Almeida
    @jonasalmeida
    I'd like to offer myself as a alfa-test member of the API users group :smiley:
    If you are looking for a simple oauth2 service to govern it use here's a quick playground I wrote for a recent project: https://episphere.github.io/oauth
    Jonas Almeida
    @jonasalmeida
    Quick summary of the API chat with Michael @mr-c just now: I think BCO's are under a gravitational pull towards facilitating engaging execution engines programatically. Instead of prescribing a mechanism, an alternative solution would be to enable an authorized API call mechanism through a bearer token in the same APIs that are public without them. I think once that mechanism exists people naturally look for ways to tie them to resources that have to be governed. Michael said this is a very crowded domain and we should thread carefully. I completely defer to him on that space, where CWL surely offers him a unique vantage point. I can only speak for the extraordinary short attention span of people looking for services they can trigger with a HTTP-REST calls :-) .
    Michael R. Crusoe
    @mr-c
    Seems to overlap with GA4GH WES and related efforts there, yep
    Nan Xiao
    @nanxstats
    Hi folks, following our discussions on Thursday, I have created a prototype that replicates biocomputeobject.org using Hugo: https://bco-public-website.netlify.app/
    Jonas Almeida
    @jonasalmeida
    Cool ! A fan of netlify here.
    Hadley King
    @HadleyKing
    @nanxstats
    BRAVO!!!
    @carmstrong1gw
    Hadley King
    @HadleyKing
    @/all This channel is now public!
    Jonas Almeida
    @jonasalmeida

    This channel is now public!

    :thumbsup:

    Michael R. Crusoe
    @mr-c
    Congratulations!
    Hadley King
    @HadleyKing
    Feel free to submit PR to add or update content (Resources, events, etc)
    Nicola Soranzo
    @nsoranzo

    @HadleyKing I get the following error message in Firefox when trying to connect:
    Web sites prove their identity via certificates. Firefox does not trust this site because it uses a certificate that is not valid for biocomputeobject.org. The certificate is only valid for the following names: *.netlify.com, netlify.com

    Error code: SSL_ERROR_BAD_CERT_DOMAIN

    Stian Soiland-Reyes
    @stain
    @nsoranzo I think Netlify has not enabled the certificate yet.. @HadleyKing said he would look at it with Chris. Unfortunately before we had http -> https redirects so many may have linked to that variant.. In the new hosting http://biocomputeobject.org/leadership/#tsc (http) does not yet redirect. And that reminds me to update my oldie picture there!
    Hadley King
    @HadleyKing
    @ kkaragiannis I think you need to update your info...
    @nsoranzo you broke the 'leadership' page. :-|
    leadership.md to leadership.md2024
    I fixed it back to leadership.md
    Nicola Soranzo
    @nsoranzo
    Ops, sorry, must have typed in the wrong box! Sometimes the trackpad interferes with my typing :angry:
    Hadley King
    @HadleyKing
    no prob. LOL
    Hadley King
    @HadleyKing
    https://docs.biocomputeobject.org/
    new documentation site.
    John Torcivia
    @syntheticgio_gitlab
    Looks nice!
    Hadley King
    @HadleyKing
    @/all
    I started an agenda for tomorrow but please feel free to add or modify if you like
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1io5OBfsdEif_nWX-TmA22fz7gayHR1MsEwv2vI_QGBY/edit?usp=sharing
    Stian Soiland-Reyes
    @stain
    New docs site looks very nice! Less intimidating to newcomers than dumping into GitHub. Some JSON blocks are with black background in my Firefox
    some kind of dark vs light theme setting probably
    Should expand https://www.biocomputeobject.org/leadership/#tsc to make a new TSC page that can link to minutes, this chatroom and so on