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[bug#35810] [PATCH] Add RMassBank (r-massbank)

From: Todor Kondić
Subject: [bug#35810] [PATCH] Add RMassBank (r-massbank)
Date: Sat, 25 May 2019 14:00:51 +0000

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On Friday, 24 May 2019 17:59, Ludovic Courtès <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hello Todor,
> Tk address@hidden skribis:
> > Some of us at ECI (Environmental Cheminformatics), LCSB, University of 
> > Luxembourg
> > are in love with Scheme, GNU, Guile and Guix.
> Heh, cool. :-)
> > At ECI, there is a lot of mass spectrometry going on and there are plenty of
> > R tools -- some written by us -- to analyse and annotate such spectra. 
> > Anyway,
> > this is our first contribution to Guix -- RMassBank (r-massbank package).
> > I have decided to create a separate package group for mass-spectrometry and
> > include r-massbank in it. I could imagine packages defined here to end up in
> > chemistry.scm, or under a new subpath, chemistry/mass-spectrometry.scm. Once
> > this first submission enters Guix, some more will follow.
> > The packages themselves have been generated using
> > `guix import cran -r --archive=bioconductor RMassBank` and minimally altered
> > to build successfully and not bother guix lint too much.
> Looks good to me. Ricardo, WDYT?
> > As this is my first contribution to guix, I am very much looking forward
> > to feedback.
> The file is OK as-is, but could you send directly the output of ‘git
> format-patch’? That makes it easier for us to apply the patch while
> preserving authorship information.
> Also, bonus points if you can come up with a commit log that follows our
> conventions. :-)
> Anyway, glad to see more scientists join! You might be interested in
> too.
> Welcome!
> Thanks,
> Ludo’.

Hi Ludo’,

Thanks for the words of welcome :) . Actually, I have been lurking in shadows 
for a long time, probably from the time you first announced Guix on the guile 
list. It grew a lot since those days.

My previous reply is, hopefully, sorting things out re mass spectrometry and 
rmassbank. I haven't yet set my new work machine with a proper email and have 
to resort to webmail (which sucks).


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