As of today the development efforts for OmicABEL have moved to Github. With this move we aim to make the development process smoother and more up-to-date with current standards. Moreover, the use of "social coding" using Git and Github fits well in the open and collaborative strategy of the GenABEL project.
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With the move of OmicABEL to Github, we will no longer accept code contributions in the R-forge subversion server and/or new bug reports and feature requests in the R-forge tracker.
Several other tools of the GenABEL suite will also move their code to Github, although we currently expect that the R package will remain on SVN for the foreseeable future. The GenABEL Project page on Github where these tools will be collected is: https://github.com/GenABEL-Project.