EMBOSS relies on contributions from its community of users and developers. There are several ways to get involved:
Join the mailing lists, ask for help and contribute to the discussions.
Suggest new features for applications, entirely new applications or developments in any other area.
Report bugs and other problems about any aspect of EMBOSS.
Attend the EMBOSS Coordination Meetings.
Collaborate with the EMBOSS Developers.
All requests for support, bug reports and feature requests are logged on SourceForge:
The EMBOSS Project is coordinated by Peter Rice, Alan Bleasby and Jon Ison at the European Bioinformatics Institute (http://www.ebi.ac.uk/). Weekly coordination meetings are held on Mondays at the EBI on the Welcome Trust Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge, UK. Anyone visiting the campus is welcome to attend.
Dates for forthcoming meetings and minutes of past ones are available online (http://emboss.open-bio.org/wiki/Meetings).
The success of EMBOSS relies on collaborations with external groups. Collaborations are welcome in any area: email firstname.lastname@example.org