[kepler-dev] Tutorials and Demos
Deana D. Pennington
dpennington at lternet.edu
Wed Apr 4 08:47:17 PDT 2007
This is great! Yes, we did a little bit with movies, but it was a rather
half-hearted attempt because Kepler was not very far along and we knew it was
going to change dramatically. Send me your examples -- I'd be happy to work
with you getting some more of these.
Not pressing - I'm in a meeting this week and probably won't start working on
this until late next week. So perhaps I'll have a set of workflows ready to
send you when you have the time in a few weeks.
Quoting Glen Jarvis <glen at glenjarvis.com>:
> I be happy to test for you. I've never been an official "tester"
> before. I've usually only been involved in code maintenance and small
> developments. However, I do seem to have a natural talent for fine
> detail and finding weaknesses in programs.
> Are any of your demos web-based-movies? I have considerable
> experience with creating web movies and have made one that is related
> to technology similar to Kepler. I saw some of the demos on our
> website that were on a Linux platform and involved communication in a
> chat window and that showed a few sample demonstrations in Kepler.
> If you could use a web streaming movie in your work, would you like
> to see a sample of work I have already completed? I only have this
> available in Windows Media Player or in Apple Quicktime; I need to
> find an easy way to convert to Flash.
> Regardless, I'll do what I can to help. And, as a new set of eyes,
> I may be a good tester in this situation. I, unfortunately, will be
> out of touch for the next few weeks. But, if this isn't pressing, I'd
> happily test for you when I've finished my near-deadline-projects.
> Warmest Regards,
> Glen Jarvis
> glen at glenjarvis.com
> "You must be the change you wish to see in the world." -M. Gandhi
> I plan to work on the tutorials and demos beginning in a week or so --
> updating the ones we have and constructing new ones. It would be great
> if I
> could send them to you to "test" as I get them done.
> Deana Pennington
Dr. Deana D. Pennington
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UNM Biology Department
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