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.
See the Overview for a more in-depth description. Check also the Quixote article at the Journal of Cheminformatics: http://www.jcheminf.com/content/3/1/38.
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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.