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A study of participants in open source projects reveals best practices for community managers and lead developers. Study researched and performed by Brenda Chawner, currently the IST Programmes Director at Victoria University of Wellington's School of Information Management.
0 comments Posted 26 Aug 2014 by Joshua Holm Feed
Peter Murray-Rust of the informal community Blue Obelisk gives an exclusive look to Opensource.com on his life in science and academic research, and his journey into open access and open data to help bring a better life to everyone through scientific discoveries.
0 comments Posted 11 Aug 2014 by Peter Murray-Rust Feed
We live in an age of ever-expanding copyright law. The length of time that elapses before a creative work enters the public domain is now so long that many items published early last century are still protected by copyright.
0 comments Posted 11 Aug 2014 by Joshua Holm Feed
My journey from bench scientist to open science software developer and how I develop better tools for open, reproducible scientific research.
2 comments Posted 7 Aug 2014 by Marcus D. Hanwell Feed
The subsequent rules of thumb arose during the development of the Empirical Gramian Framework (emgr), a young open source software project in the Workgroup for Numerical Analysis & Scientific Computing at the University of Münster which targets algorithmic model order reduction for control... Read more
0 comments Posted 19 Jun 2014 by Christian Himpe Feed
The Digital Index of North American Archaeology (DINAA) project is an index of linked open data citations and ontological connections that cross-tabulate the following:
0 comments Posted 13 Jun 2014 by Kelsey Noack Myers Feed
References and citations are what make the scientific and academic worlds go round. Everyone has their own system for keeping track of their research, from dumping everything onto a desk, to dumping everything into a folder (I like to call this the Pensky Method), to dumping everything into folders... Read more
2 comments Posted 12 Jun 2014 by Steven Ovadia Feed
Since the launch last June of Mozilla Science Lab, we’ve been working to unpack what science on the web and like the web means, and what Mozilla can do to support it.
0 comments Posted 11 Jun 2014 by Kaitlin Thaney Feed
When it comes to opening up your work there is, ironically, a bit of a secret. Here it is: being open—in open science, open source software, or any other open community—can be hard. Sometimes it can be harder than being closed. In an effort to attract more people to the cause, advocates of openness... Read more
0 comments Posted 11 Jun 2014 by Shauna Gordon-McKeon Feed
Open Science Week will begin on June 9! What do you wish was more open about the world of science—academia? research? access? software? NASA released the source code for their software in April. Who's next?
1 comment Posted 30 May 2014 by Jen Wike (Red Hat) Feed

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