Glad I could help. That is good to hear. thank you @libcce
Yes, @libcce, I am interested in attending, and would be willing to help staff a booth if I go.
@libcce, were you also thinking about a library carpentry workshop at ER&L?
sorry fat finger.
@kekoziar sorry for the delay, been on paternity leave. We've discussed running a workshop with UT Austin but it never got off the ground. Instead, at ER&L, we thought it would be great if people submitted 1/2 - 1 day workshops based on LC/Carpentries lessons. But you can also submit a talk. And great to hear that you can possibly help with the booth :)
@libcce no worries. Congrats!
I will probably find some time to start working on some issues soon - as I am getting settled in my new position here in Chitown
@jyssy welcome to Chitown! Looking forward to seeing you on the lesson repos issues and PRs soon!
@libcce myself and two other librarians (Kyla Jemison and James Mason) from University of Toronto submitted a workshop proposal for a Carpentries mash-up/remix intro to regex and openrefine for ER&L. If it gets accepted we'll be on the look out for helpers as well @kekoziar ;)
Happy monday, I submitted an edit to one of the issues in bash shell, but I am thinking about another of the issues, related to the complaint that the json file is hard to type because of the number of 0s. I am happy to change the example file names and change the file in the zip file, but am not sure how to load (or embed) the zip file with the changed file. here is my issue question: https://github.com/LibraryCarpentry/lc-shell/issues/100#issuecomment-552488592
@jyssy might be good to reach out to or tag @jt14den
he was the last one to zip the file
Hey @jt14den I am looking at the issue (noted just aboe Chris' comment) related to bash-shell and was planning to make that change of the file name (is it pretty easy to embed a zip file in an instruction - or should I send the zip with the newly renamed file to you?) thanks
Hello. I wanted to introduce myself and a topic for a new library carpentry lesson myself and two others are currently developing (Sarah Young and Eliza Grames). The lesson is on using the R package litseachr (https://elizagrames.github.io/litsearchr/) for systematic reviews. We're at the stage where we have cloned the repo in github and created a draft lesson outline. Happy to chat content for this lesson with others who are interested! And, will share more once we start adding the initial content to github.
Hi @ameliakallaher this is great! Would you mind posting this message to the libraries Slack on The Carpentries Slack channel? That's where most of us are now. NNLM approached us about developing lessons together and I can see what you linked to as a nice lesson to start with. The Gitter channel is more or less used for the lesson sprints but people stay tuned to this channel as well. The LC email list actually has the most people subscribed, so you really get attention through that.
Thanks @libcce , I'll will post a message on the Slack channel.
Hi all - I know this space hasn't been used in over a year. As The Carpentries is trying to track and consolidate all our communications platforms, I wanted to see if this Gitter is being used, and if there are any active users or admins on the platform now. Feel free to respond here or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks all!
i agree with Owen: I would be grateful to have a more consolidation by deprecating gitter and preferring Slack.