Last Friday a virus kicked in. Don't know whether flu or cold, but it had already ruined my 5-6 February weekend too. I need high fever to keep bed, otherwise I just can't. Worse, when having an elevated temperature, I cannot think clearly anymore, and I haven't been able to think clear since about last Wednesday, so I should have seen it coming. Nor can I think clear today, leading to incomprehensibly question on BioStar, and the general lack of progress in writing and other important things, like planning.
Monday, February 14, 2011
Things are looking blue... (for #bioclipse)
Instead, I procrastinate. This is not necessarily bad, because my favorite procrastination is open source cheminformatics. But, it's not very efficient for getting tenure. I wish I could procrastinate in writing review papers for Nature Foo.
However, it does contribute to the CDK and Bioclipse. And building on the seminal work by Arvid++ on setting up Hudson for Bioclipse (building on := stealing his scripts and configuration files), I applied the genetic algorithm-like approach well known in IT: change everything one by one, and keep the best solutions. And, to my excitement, things are now looking blue for Bioclipse :)