Teaming Up: How to Build Your Open Science Collaboration | Mozilla Science Lab 2015-04-29


"With the Mozilla Science Global Sprint coming up soon (submissions for project ideas are open until May 11), the community has been coming up with tons of awesome suggestions for projects to work on; meanwhile, new projects on everything from collaborative LaTeX to sleuthing out what references are open access on BMC to a curated bioinformatics reaction pathway database are cropping up on Collaborate, our project to highlight interesting open source and open science projects you can jump into, and learn by doing. But all of these projects have to answer the same question: how do you present an open source project in a way that appeals to people, gets them interested, and attracts collaborators who will stick around? Here are a few tips on what we’ve learned during the first six months of Collaborate ..."


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04/29/2015, 12:08

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04/29/2015, 08:08