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Mauno Vihinen
We have not received that many comments from the community that we would have needed a protected system. I suggest to be in touch with Gene Ontology. That is really a big ontology and many (at least some) paid people working on the devlopment.

You could be in touch e.g. with Midori Harris or Jennifer Deegan at EBI. They are in my experience very helpful.


Mauno Vihinen

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Subject: FW: [Biocurator] [Gmod-schema] online ontology editor
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2010 13:44:30 +1000
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How about svn/cvs, on for example sourceforge, google code or similar?  
Many groups collaboratively develop this way.

On May 14, 2010, at 8:30 AM, Andrew McArthur wrote:

> Colleagues,
> I've developed a first draft ontology for our Chado database using  
> OBO-Edit but now need to open up its development to our larger,  
> international working group.  Do you have a suggestion of an online  
> resource for (password-protected) community development of  
> ontologies?  Alternatively, software we could install on our own web  
> servers?
> Much thanks,
> Andrew McArthur
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