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    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    BTW @GerardCoen_twitter I'm looking forward to diving into your doc later! Definitely a good topic to address!
    Marjan Grootveld
    @MarjanGrootveld_twitter
    @libcce Thank you; we'll see what we can fit it that's attractive and not too "EC-bureaucratic".
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    That will be great @MarjanGrootveld_twitter !
    Marjan Grootveld
    @MarjanGrootveld_twitter
    @orchid00 Hi Paula, how's work on the image Things progressing? At DANS we've worked on EOSC Things today, and there's certainly room for additions and/or exercises (see also Chris' suggestions in this channel), so feel free. Friday our time (CEST) Frans will pick it up again and do some editing, and then we'll hand it over ;-)
    Paula Andrea Martinez
    @orchid00
    Hi! just starting my day here, will work on organising, cleaning and adding activities for the 10FAIR things for imaging. I will look at the eosc things later today, early morning for you @MarjanGrootveld_twitter
    Stéphane Guillou
    @stragu_gitlab
    Hi all! Stéphane here, at the UQ Sprint Hub in Brisbane, with @orchid00 . Will likely work on an outline of a Decentralisation lesson.
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Signing off @stragu_gitlab and @orchid00. See you tomorrow!
    Stéphane Guillou
    @stragu_gitlab
    Have a good night!
    Paula Andrea Martinez
    @orchid00
    Question, are controlled vocabularies the same as ontologies? thoughts?
    Matthias Liffers
    @mpfl
    I'm a librarian and I'm not entirely sure :-P
    But I would say that they're not the same.
    A controlled vocabulary can be as simple as an enumerated list of agreed terms. An ontology is about relationships between concepts.
    It's like a list of species names vs the entire binomial nomenclature system.
    Paula Andrea Martinez
    @orchid00
    great thanks @mpfl
    Aswin Narayanan
    @aswinnarayanan
    Hi @orchid00. W3 has some comments on ontology v vocab
    https://www.w3.org/standards/semanticweb/ontology
    Paula Andrea Martinez
    @orchid00
    thanks @aswinnarayanan
    Paula Andrea Martinez
    @orchid00
    Can anyone share with me some (international/national/local) resources about What are publishers and funders saying about FAIR data?
    Paula Andrea Martinez
    @orchid00
    Matthias Liffers
    @mpfl
    Also Nature has a bit in their "Further reading" section: https://www.nature.com/authors/policies/availability.html#further
    Both of those refer to the "Enabling Fair Data Project": https://copdess.org/enabling-fair-data-project/enabling-fair-project-overview/
    Paula Andrea Martinez
    @orchid00
    Thanks @mpfl will dive into it
    Liz Stokes
    @ragamouf_twitter
    @orchid00 it probably depends on what kind of ontology you are talking about. @mpfl your description is great and librarian suspicions serve you well!
    Paula Andrea Martinez
    @orchid00
    all things licensing: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/resources/how-guides/license-research-data if anyone is interested
    Liz Stokes
    @ragamouf_twitter
    @orchid00 also - back on your question about publishers and funders - have a look at these slides from a Taylor&Francis "Scholarly Summit" in Feb 2019 - disclaimer I presented at the Sydney event. https://editorresources.taylorandfrancis.com/events/melbourne-scholarly-summit-2019/
    Daniel Bangert
    @danielbangert
    Hi all, we’ve just started working on a Top 10 FAIR Things for Music. Feel free to join in, add ideas or say hello! http://bit.ly/Top10FAIRmusic
    Paula Andrea Martinez
    @orchid00
    Hi Daniel! Happy to see you around here!
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Good morning everyone! Hoping to see some of you on Zoom and/or Gitter today. I'll be on in an hour coming to you from Duke University Library's The Edge https://library.duke.edu/edge
    Paula Andrea Martinez
    @orchid00
    Good morning from Brisbane Australia, we are starting the second day at the Uni of Queensland
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Hi @orchid00 I just popped in to say hi. There are some people in the other channel https://gitter.im/LibraryCarpentry/Lobby
    Paula Andrea Martinez
    @orchid00
    Thanks @libcce I didn't know the other zoom
    Paula Andrea Martinez
    @orchid00
    @mkuzak hi!
    Mateusz Kuzak
    @mkuzak
    @orchid00 hey
    I’m a bit late to the sprint, but better late then never
    Paula Andrea Martinez
    @orchid00
    So explain me how many episodes, is there a content proposal? or am I missing something? I scanned the documents listed in your doc
    Mateusz Kuzak
    @mkuzak
    I just created github organisation for the lessons
    Paula Andrea Martinez
    @orchid00
    @MarjanGrootveld_twitter your doc is now view only, I can't comment
    Frans Huigen
    @FransHuigen
    @orchid00 Hi Paula, I will change the rights right away!
    Paula Andrea Martinez
    @orchid00
    hi @FransHuigen I'm happy to make comments or suggestions, no need of more
    Frans Huigen
    @FransHuigen
    Great Paula, much appreciated. just changed things - you should be able to do more than earlier
    Mateusz Kuzak
    @mkuzak
    @orchid00 I think I will start with single lesson repository, one episode for one of each 7 steps in FAIRification process
    Paula Andrea Martinez
    @orchid00
    Sounds good! @mkuzak
    Mateusz Kuzak
    @mkuzak
    this is a document compiled based on the experience from Bring Your Own Data Workshops
    Paula Andrea Martinez
    @orchid00
    7 steps starting from 0 is 8 steps
    Mateusz Kuzak
    @mkuzak
    yes,
    and some are A and B :)
    Paula Andrea Martinez
    @orchid00
    yeah