[open-science] [Open-access] OKF at Open Repositories 2014
jenny.molloy at okfn.org
Thu Dec 5 12:16:12 UTC 2013
[Cc'ing the CKAN4RDM list this time!]
I've been in touch with Joss Winn and he isn't planning to attend the
conference, while it would be good to incorporate CKAN into the workshop to
demonstrate some potential uses, that doesn't need to be theme and was just
an initial suggestion. I mentioned to the Open Repositories team that we
have several working group members interested in search/indexing/mining as
well and said I would ask for suggestions.
People seem to be pointing towards:
1) Automatic/crowdsourced deposition of OA work into repositories via
OAButton system or other means (maybe we could persuade a few live
repositories to implement the deposit button Mark discussed).
2) Indexing content for search and discovery.
3) Bridging between where people publish code and data (e.g.
GitHub/BitBucket) and then how that's incorporated and referenced in the
literature (thanks Arfon for this suggestion!) How do repositories fit in?
I copy in Imma who is from the Open Repositories organising committee to
see if she has any feedback on the ideas so far and we can decide which one
might best make for a coherent workshop. From last year's programme these
are typically 3-4 hours. This document should also give a feel for the
kinds of sessions that were being run
On Thu, Dec 5, 2013 at 11:31 AM, Mark MacGillivray <mark at cottagelabs.com>wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 5, 2013 at 11:30 AM, Mike Taylor <mike at indexdata.com> wrote:
>> SWORD is a technically superior solution, because it's a single
>> protocol that can be implemented by multiple clients and multiple
>> servers in an interoperable way. A client developed to use any given
>> repo's own API will be be re-usable elsewhere.
> Also true.
>> -- Mike.
>> On 5 December 2013 11:28, Peter Murray-Rust <pm286 at cam.ac.uk> wrote:
>> > On Thu, Dec 5, 2013 at 10:35 AM, Mark MacGillivray <
>> mark at cottagelabs.com>
>> > wrote:
>> >> Does this mean that CKAN groks SWORD? If so this is good news.
>> >> Unfortunately no - repo systems like dpsace and eprints do, but not
>> >> yet. We have looked at it and it would not be hard, but it has not
>> been done
>> >> yet, mainly because CKAN has never focussed on being an academic repo
>> >> so has not needed to grok SWORD.
>> > CKAN has its own API so if there is a Java client I'll use that - I
>> > think SWORD gives a technical advantage - it might give a political one.
>> > --
>> > Peter Murray-Rust
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