BCC2020 and Galaxy Admin Training

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BCC2020 and Galaxy Admin Training

Dave Clements-2
Hello all,

There are three things going on that are of general interest to the Galaxy
and GMOD communities, and that have some urgency to them (and thus this
mid-month email).

BCC2020 Schedule Structure
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The Bioinformatics Community Conference (BCC2020, https://bcc2020.github.io/)
will be held in July, in Toronto, right after ISMB in MontrĂ©al.  This event
brings together the BOSC and Galaxy communities into one gathering.

If you are considering attending BCC2020, then the organizers would like
your input on several scheduling choices, BY JANUARY 7:
  https://bcc2020.github.io/blog/poll

BCC2020 Training Topic Nominations
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The training offered at BCC2020 is determined by the community.  We are now
accepting nominations for training sessions.  Nominated topics will be
voted on by the community.  Please submit your ideas by JANUARY 17.
  https://bcc2020.github.io/blog/training-nom

2020 Galaxy Admin Training
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A week long workshop on setting up your own production-grade Galaxy
instance will be held in Barcelona the first week of March.  Registration
is now open, and is, well, pretty darn cheap too.
  https://galaxyproject.org/events/2020-03-admin/


And, of course, there is a lot of other stuff going on too:
  https://galaxyproject.org/events/

Happy Holidays, and hope to see you in the new year!

Dave C, on behalf of the BCC2020 and Galaxy Admin Training organizers

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