These are chat archives for opencobra/cobrapy

31st
Jan 2017
Nikolaus Sonnenschein
@phantomas1234
Jan 31 2017 05:50
I have been aware of or-tools for a while. I found it hard to install a while back. Maybe that changed. I was planning to including it in optlang since one could cover a couple of solvers at once by supporting it.
Nikolaus Sonnenschein
@phantomas1234
Jan 31 2017 06:20
The cobra toolbox folks have put together a new website for opencobra.github.io => https://laurentheirendt.github.io/temp_website/ it is not live yet. They asked if they can put it online and I said I am fine with it. Once it is up I will go ahead and highlight that cobrapy at least is a community effort by now. We should stick to @cdiener's website for cobrapy though. Can we put that one up now? Is there a problem with the gh-pages solution?
Also, to push the migration forward I created some sense of urgency by getting @Midnighter to work on a new cobrapy based package and he is going to develop against the cutting edge dev branch of cobrapy and help implementing whatever is missing to conclude the migration.
Christian Diener
@cdiener
Jan 31 2017 14:21
Already made a PR for the page yesterday. In the long run we have to decide where to keep the sources and how to deploy
Christian Diener
@cdiener
Jan 31 2017 14:27
For the transition I would say the biggest challenges are integrating most of the model modification steps with the history manager and porting the flux analysis module to optlang