User talk:Reshma P. Shetty
It's good to have you back... nice changes --Sri Kosuri 13:26, 14 Sep 2005 (EDT)
want some.. come over to the our lab --Sri Kosuri 11:59, 11 March 2006 (EST)
- Jennyn 15:37, 2 May 2006 (EDT): Just noticed that your new hobby is kickboxing. Have you considered joining the Group Fitness classes? HoHo teaches the Cardio Kickboxing classes there, and I'll be teaching Vinyasa Yoga and Mat Pilates.
OWW presentation on June 12?
This sounds really interesting, and I probably can make time (though it falls in the general period of my thesis defense). I am confident that I am be able to introduce OWW (if you (or Jason) would be willing to supply me with his powerpoint slides - even better), however I am not sure about what iGem (just briefly scanning the iGem-wiki, I did not immediately get it - maybe because I only have a vague, outsider's understanding of synthetic biology), my prospective audience (teachers? at high school level?) or the relevance of OWW to the first two really is... :) If all that does not worry you too much, I would probably be willing to give it a shot. Smeister 16:29, 9 May 2006 (EDT)
- yeem 13:28, 13 June 2006 (EDT): Hey Reshma! Just wondering how we should be dealing with lab pages, specifically their naming. For instance, links to our useful information., which does not specify the name of the lab and includes an extraneous period. Should we be encouraging people to name their pages according to some convention? I noticed the Endy lab likes to prepend their articles with Endy:blahblahblah. That's all...take care Reshma!
- RS 14:13, 13 June 2006 (EDT): Hey Mike, yeah there are naming conventions in OWW but they haven't been well-documented or well-enforced. (It usually is just simply, LabName:Page Name). I put this issue on the schedule for the steering committee meeting because with the influx of new users from the Nature article, it's an issue. We'll discuss it there. One option is to make a page on it so that people have a place to go read about the topic (at a minimum).