Please give your reviews, comments and inputs so that I can make it better.
A lot of work needs to be done to wrap up cytoscape completely. Therefore, In the beginning I will be focusing on the basic functionalities of the application.
Okay - looks great! So from these beginnings, how confident are you that we'll be able to achieve some of the project goals? The code we've written so far proves the APIs work. What more do you hope to learn from fully wrapping Cytoscape? What do we need to prove: data in/out, and UI interactions?
for the project to be successful, we want to move towards a point where biojs authors can easily achieve and advertise iPython compatibility
Thanks @timruffles. I am quite confident that we will be able to achieve a BioJS specification which will enable the use of these components in Python. And yes, the most important thing to do is to manage data in/out and UI interactions for each component. For this specification to be fully compatible, we will need inputs from the people who are gonna use these components as well.
For example, there might be some differences in the approach used by me and some other Person who wants to use a biojs component in Python.
And as far as wrapping up of cytoscape is concerned, even I don't know what do I have to learn and achieve.
Since cytoscape is a large library and has so many functions and features, So I would initially like to implement all the major and significant ones.
And then I might ask for suggestions and inputs from the people who use cytoscape.
@timruffles Can we link this room to the git repo? So that we have notifications about updates on the repo here as well.