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    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Much much sprinting
    :)
    @silviadg87 I'm in
    :)
    Hi @konrad I agree about the activities being moved to later. We looked at other ones https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Wikidata:Wikidata_curricula/Activities especially Everything is connected
    but I wasn't thrilled about it
    I think an ice breaker without doing something on your computer would be nice
    adapting jargon busting?
    or what about just exploring wikipedia?
    like the questions you ask, about your home town/city and whether information in Wikipedia is missing/accurate?
    Konrad Förstner
    @konrad
    Yes, that would be great. Look for you hometown in different languages and look if the number of citizen is the same.
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    It allows you to start with Wikipedia and then talk about how Wikidata is the underlying database/souce
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    @silviadg87 what do you think about the git intro?
    Silvia Di Giorgio
    @silviadg87
    I will have a look at it :-)
    @libcce I like it
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    :) Might need something about creating a website for the thesis/dissertation project as well?
    Those were the 4 major themes: collaboration, sharing, versioning, website
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    @silviadg87 are you still there?
    Have time to chat?
    Silvia Di Giorgio
    @silviadg87
    yes sure!still here
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Looking at the Git lesson, will it be that we start with setting up an account, creating a template thesis md file and then walking through a my first pull request?
    We talked about merge conflicts before
    in an exercise
    Just as the lessons use datasets, I wonder if we can have a sample thesis md file?
    I think we talked about this as well
    Silvia Di Giorgio
    @silviadg87
    usually we ask to create an account before the workshop. We add this request on the email we send the week before
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    So something to put in setup
    and possibly instructor notes
    Silvia Di Giorgio
    @silviadg87
    but yes we enter in the account and then I would say we create a repository and start the thesis.md file
    yes
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Do you have a sample thesis.md file? From the Git lesson you ran?
    Silvia Di Giorgio
    @silviadg87
    no unfortunately but I will create a new one...
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    @ragamouf_twitter wow! this intro to the FAIR lesson is fab https://github.com/LibraryCarpentry/lc-research-data/pull/5/files#diff-0 going to merge now! you and everyone you worked with are stars!
    @silviadg87 shoot... but this is great... i'm feeling good about the direction of the lesson now :)
    Silvia Di Giorgio
    @silviadg87
    me too :-)
    Silvia Di Giorgio
    @silviadg87
    @libcce unfortunately I am leaving soon... We recycled already some material from the software carpentry lesson (hope this is fine) and we started writing the new part as well.
    have a nice weekend :-)
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    you too!
    Konrad Förstner
    @konrad
    Cologne is wrapping up - nice weekend, everybody!
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Waving from NC :)
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Scott Peterson
    @scottcpeterson
    UC Berkeley is online now
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Here is the Etherpad for the sprint https://pad.carpentries.org/2019-lc-mozsprint
    C. Fernsebner Eslao
    @Fernsebner_twitter
    @libcce what's the plan for getting changes from the Wikidata lesson google docs back into the .md files?
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    @Fernsebner_twitter I was waiting for the ZB MED team to tell us... but I think we can just start submitting PRs and they can approve
    C. Fernsebner Eslao
    @Fernsebner_twitter
    Cool. Thanks.
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Jeff Oliver
    @jcoliver
    More work coming in from Arizona on python and tidy data lessons
    Eric Lopatin
    @elopatin-uc3
    @libcce : elopatin-uc3
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Thanks!