[open-science] Open Science Coordination at Open Knowledge
iradche at gmail.com
Wed Oct 1 13:39:37 UTC 2014
It's really great news!
I believe I will write soon about the Russian interuniversity consortium
for Open Science, which we are trying to organize on the basis of ITMO
And I hope so much that we will be able to start Open Science working group
All the best,
2014-10-01 17:30 GMT+04:00 Peter Murray-Rust <pm286 at cam.ac.uk>:
> This is wonderful news!
> For those who don't know, Jenny has a super-impressive history of Open
> Science starting (to my knowledge) as an undergraduate with the Triple
> Helix magazine in Cambridge, and taking important roles in Open science in
> Africa, and South America.
> On Wed, Oct 1, 2014 at 12:09 PM, Jenny Molloy <jenny.molloy at okfn.org>
>> Hi All
>> To add to the exciting community threads and conversations that have
>> kicked off here and over on the Mozilla Science Lab list over the last few
>> weeks - I have some news!
>> Thanks to the generosity of my PhD funder BBSRC and their progressive
>> view that it's important for students to experience professional careers
>> outside academia, I have three months funding to work full time at Open
>> Knowledge from Mon 6 Oct.
>> I've been the open science working group coordinator for a few years and
>> its been amazing but my time to work on this has been more limited recently
>> than I'd like. My experimental work is now coming to a close and the chance
>> to spend more time with you guys instead of my mosquitoes is a very
>> exciting prospect.
>> So - from Monday to at least the end of the year and hopefully beyond,
>> I'm yours!
>> If there is anything I can do to support the working group and its
>> members (you) let me know. If you think Open Knowledge should be active in
>> an area, you need coordination support for a community project, there's an
>> event you'd like to organise, you need collaborators for a project, just
>> get in touch. We don't currently have any funding specifically for this,
>> but I'll be working on that too.
>> I'll be booting up an open notebook and calendar soon so you can see what
>> I'm up to and also send another email next week outlining my current goals
>> for this time that you can supplement with your own ideas of what the
>> working group needs.
>> I'm really looking forward to it :)
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