[open-science] help needed for open science project (blog comment contest) Re: Reminder: Open Science Working Group Meeting - 12 Jun 2012, 17:30 UTC
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koltzenburg at w4w.net
Mon Jun 11 10:10:46 UTC 2012
this morning entered the following project for tomorrow's discussion to the pad
Maximow Award: results of blog comment + doi contest 10-31 May 2012
terminology/ 15 comments.
Q1: what to do next? any ideas on how to use these results for the advancement of open science?
Background details: In phase II of the Maximow Award 2011/2012 my team ran a blog comment contest
that offered an individual doi for each comment (our rationale behind this: make the participants feel free to
share their expert knowledge, their ideas and their arguments, use the blog software's automatic time
stamp and technical citability). The doi became active as soon as the pdf of the comments (created manually,
example: http://ctt-journal.com/index.php?id=783) were registered in the open repository of the OA Journal
that hosts the contest, http://www.ctt-journal.com - if readers now search the doi, they are directed to the
html page on the journal's website that shows the CC-BY-3.0 license as well as the recommended citation:
"Please cite this contribution as follows", plus the link to the pdf download (many, alas, still ask for that).
Q2: are you aware of any other project that has done any experiments in this direction? we would be
interested in teaming up etc.
thanks & cheers
Maximow Award 2011/2012 team member, a contest funded by the German Ministry of Science and
Education within the frame of the German-Russian year of science, contest hosted by the medical OA journal
"Cellular Therapy and Transplantation" http://www.ctt-journal.com - and after the quality check last year we
recently overcame the technical hurdles, too, and will soon have CTT full text articles made available in
PubMed via PMC - so there is some more food for mining et al.
On Mon, 11 Jun 2012 04:16:01 +0100, Jenny Molloy wrote
> Hi All
> Hope to speak to many of you on Tuesday!
> This will be an opportunity to meet the Panton Fellows (
> http://science.okfn.org/2012/04/03/introducing-our-panton-fellows/) and
> find out what they're up to, as well as voicing your opinions on projects
> we should be getting involved in or initiating. Got an idea for an open
> science project that you need help with? Bring it to the group and we'll do
> our best to assist and put you in touch with relevant people around the OKF
> When: Tuesday 12 June at *16:30* UTC/GMT (17:30 UK time as there is a OKFN
> London meetup that night)
> Location: Etherpad http://okfnpad.org/sciencewg-12Jun2012 and Skype (add
> your Skype ID to the Etherpad and I'll bring you into the conference call)
> Please add your name and Skype ID to the list of attendees on
> Add anything you'd like to be discussed or new ideas to the agenda (even if
> you can't make it yourself, just make sure you add enough details).
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