Quixote is an international collaboration heavily relying on web connectivity and voluntary work by motivated researchers. The main objective/vision of the Quixote project is to design, test and deploy a modular, open source system of tools that allow computational chemistry data (now sitting in the darkness of individual hard-disks) to be organized, shared, and queried. This is to be achieved by using lightweight interdependent applications, semantic analysis of the data and linkability.
To see the quixote architecture in operation, visit the Cambridge Chempound server.
This wiki is used to gather, in a semi-permanent way, all data, technical issues, resources and technology that the project constantly generates. Everybody can contribute to it; help for doing so is found at Wiki Guide.
More active discussions should take place on the mailing list (which is also open, See instructions for joining):
Interactive discussions should use Skype or IRC and record the results in Etherpads like those found at Meetings' Etherpads.
Planning: Long-term thinking related to the project, as well as details on the basic design philosophy and structure of the system.
Resources and technology: Actual components of the Quixote system, as well as other resources, such as open datasets, info about codes, formats, etc.
Tutorials and problems: How to install and try the Quixote technology on your system (any feedback is welcome!).
Collaborative projects: Projects associated with or included into Quixote.
FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions.
Related, links and wiki help: Links and information related to the project, to data management, open data, quantum chemistry, as well as some miscelanea and reference info.