[open-science] Planet Open Science
jackpark at gmail.com
Wed Oct 1 10:42:11 UTC 2014
I agree with this.
Blog posts are a powerful way to publish one's findings; wiki topics are a
useful way to organize the topics emerging from the published findings, and
tagging adds stigmergy to the game, laying trails among the topics and
On Wed, Oct 1, 2014 at 2:33 AM, Mitar <mmitar at gmail.com> wrote:
> Really great idea!
> Can I suggest that there could be some tagging/categorizing done?
> I would like to see at least some way of separation between blog posts
> about open science, and blog posts which are open science (so when
> researchers simply post a blog post about their research and that is
> their way of publication).
> On Mon, Sep 29, 2014 at 3:12 PM, Svetlana Belkin <belkinsa at ubuntu.com>
> > On 09/29/2014 06:11 PM, Andrés Delgado wrote:
> >> On 29/09/14 17:08, Svetlana Belkin wrote:
> >>> On 09/29/2014 06:07 PM, Andrés Delgado wrote:
> >>>> On 29/09/14 15:52, Svetlana Belkin wrote:
> >>>>> All,
> >>>>> Question: is there some sort of Planet for Open Science?
> >>>> WHAT?
> >>> Something like this http://planet.ubuntu.com/ or search up Planet
> >> Oh! no idea, but if you find/build one, I'm in!
> > I will.
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> > Svetlana Belkin
> > A.K.A: belkinsa
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