[open-science] OAI7 Open Science Workshop - Vote results
metazool at gmail.com
Mon Jul 4 10:25:35 BST 2011
On 03/07/2011 20:38, David F. Flanders wrote:
> ...AND THE WINNER WAS...
> No.4 - Change the way scientists are evaluated! <-- Well done Cameron
> Neylon and group ;-D
Great! Was in that breakout group and memory suggests that this proposal
began life as "Change the way *research* is evaluated" - or perhaps
researchers, if you like.
Enjoyed the Open Science session at OAI7 very much and would like to
take it as the model for an "Open Scholarship" session at Repository
Fringe (in Edinburgh 3-5 August) http://www.repositoryfringe.org/
The thrust here is that many of the aspirations (open process, open
data, mass collaboration) apply across *all* fields of scholarship and
there is lots to learn from what the Open Science movement has already
I would very much like to help start, or collaborate on, an OKF project
aimed at meeting this goal - changing the way research is assessed -
hacking on some alt-metrics, doing a spot of web crawling scraping and
aggregation, maybe Cameron's recent work has already spawned a body of
free software to think about / make a start from?
Missed the first day of OKCon thus also this talk, promising:
More information about the open-science