[open-science] Some ideas what is missing in open science from OpenCon 2014
rayna.st at gmail.com
Sun Nov 23 13:28:48 UTC 2014
Thanks for the insights :)
I've been thinking for sometime now about a science.census.okfn.org
It will quite possibly be structured in a way that differs from the current
census but the idea is there.
The question is what to include: data yes, publications yes, higher ed
education materials perhaps, protocols yes, anything else?
I would suggest we spend the next weeks discussing this over email and
Who's in? :)
Le 23 nov. 2014 13:28, "Jenny Molloy" <jcmcoppice12 at gmail.com> a écrit :
> Hi Mitar
> Fantastic! I absolutely agree on all of these points and would like to
> invite you and others on the mailing list to help make them happen.
> *Blog aggregation*
> Svetlana also raised the point about the blog aggregator and we looked
> into options, SubjectSeeker seemed favourable, but there was also a
> question about whether we could enact the same functionality in WordPress
> as this is already set up on Open Knowledge servers.
> Status: Need a sandbox to play with the technology. Mike Chelen offered to
> assist with this and I will put him and Svetlana in contact again - who
> else would be interested in playing with solutions for an open science
> Make yourself known on the forum:
> I've been talking to James Baster at Open Tech Calendar, which seems to
> have exactly the right functionality (community created content, anyone can
> create and edit events, it can pull in from various sites, everything can
> be output as open data). Now we *could* go right ahead and set this up for
> open science, the open source code is here:
> This would however involve having somewhere to host it and a maintainer as
> sysadmin capacity at Open Knowledge is unfortunately finite! James offers a
> hosted version, but we only have a £150 annual working group budget which
> doesn't get us very far so basically we're looking for:
> a) An organisation or group of individuals who have some server space and
> sysadmin capacity to host and maintain this service.
> b) An organisation or group of individuals who see it as a valuable
> service for the community and would be willing to chip in on the hosted
> There have been discussions about how it might integrate with an *Open
> Knowledge Directory*, this project has had two hangouts to discuss so far
> and will continue to meet and works towards a directory for people
> interested in open knowledge (inc. open science) worldwide. You'd all be
> welcome to join this discussion.
> I think it is important as there are 700 of us here on the mailing list
> and most of us have little idea who everyone is and what country they're in.
> *Open Access/Science Census*
> This was discussed at OKFest and a wiki page was created, but so far no
> one has indicated an interest in taking this forward:
> The Open Data Index is still ongoing this year, but once that has died
> down I am happy to talk to the maintainers at Open Knowledge and look into
> repurposing the system (which already has contributions, reviewing,
> visualisations etc set up at http://global.census.okfn.org/).
> You had some great questions already in your presentation.
> OECD have been doing a survey of their member countries about OA and open
> science policies and are likely to release this very soon (Giulia Ajmone
> Marsan is the main contact). We could likely include this information as a
> starting point.
> Thanks so much for making all of these points at OpenCon and I hope from
> now into the New Year we can really take some positive steps to filling
> these gaps in the open access and open science community. This is not an
> Open Knowledge organisation specific set of projects, we should be aiming
> to bring everyone together and not fragment or duplicate effort so if you
> manage an open science community and are already considering these tools or
> already maintain a system that could scale then do please weigh in on the
> Excited to see where we can take this - I'd love to see at a glance what
> open science events are happening in South America next month and who is
> blogging about reproducibility and open data this week. It's do-able now
> but not in a way that is either simple or conducive to sharing and
> community cohesion - we can definitely do better!
> On Sat, Nov 22, 2014 at 11:13 AM, Mitar <mmitar at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I presented few ideas what is missing in open science and open access
>> community at OpenCon 2014:
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>> open-science at lists.okfn.org
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