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Status

Currently in production.

New features

  • Centralized internal testing (kappa)
  • GOOSE integrated into framework (GOOSE)
  • Rapid searching (live search)
  • New term details with improved graph view (term details for GO:0022008)
  • Speed--new caching sub-system for several components (see above for example)

New experimental (beta) features

  • [New] Static version of the Lucene search for fallback (term gene product).
  • Matrix tool (nmatrix)
  • Integrate new RG views from Sven (may be deferred) (phylotree)
    • Check licensing of JS tree viewer (ntree)
  • Relation filtering (may be bumped to deferred)
    • Start with term enrichment and work out

Known issues

  • Slimmer bug [1]

Deferred (alpha) features

  • Switch TE caching over from page render caching to data caching (currently evaluating sqlite3) [likely bumped in favor of new tools]
  • Term request client for SF (AKA ART) (XP term request)
    • Could this be better done in wiki?
  • Coannotation (possible coannotation interface)
  • Advanced graph visualizations [2] [3]
    • Early plugin framework done
    • Heatmap and random plugin examples
  • Workspaces, generalization of sessions (concept)
  • Addition of ubiquitous completion in boxes

Plans and TBD

  • Migrate peripheral pages to new framework (ongoing)
  • Migrate core pages over to the new framework (ongoing)
  • Relations for TE
  • Slimmer rebuild
  • Lucene
    • Replace traditional search with lucene-backed
    • Everything to consume Solr service
  • Trying Galaxy
    • In and out from AmiGO
    • Sessions via local Galaxy install
  • Cross-product and inter-ontology link support (may be punted until following release, but we will start on necessary infrastructure changes)
  • Organizing annotation results by qualifier
  • Expand the scope of community annotation (depending on user feedback).
  • RSS update on terms and gps (could be tied to GONUTs for timeliness?)