:wave: Hope you're well and healthy– just want to let you know that the eLife Innovation Sprint is happening Sep 2–3 in Cambridge, UK (or potentially online... we're watching the situation and learning from the online hackathons!).
This is a collaborative hackathon where researchers, developers, designers, etc work together to develop open prototypes to change the ways we communicate and share research. More info on https://sprint.elifesciences.org
We're calling for project proposal submission until April 13! It's a great opportunity to recruit contributors to your open projects, and to connect with folks passionate about open science and changing research culture. Please don't hesitate to DM me if you have any questions. Thank you and take care (:
I might ask in the virtual biohackathon slack channel? https://join.slack.com/t/virtualbiohac-xt62674/shared_invite/zt-cuur40oj-wdrVz50NocwVrH7vgKTdPg
No more working link
I’ve been asked to write up BOSC/GCC for my group!
can you attend training if you don’t attend the conference (we may throw $60 for each person anyway as we like open source and BOSC) but I was asked
it’s not on https://bcc2020.github.io/training/
anyone run a virtual siticker exchange?
is there a better solution than everyone mail me stickers and we underwrite stamps to mail out envelops?
if Space Rogue and r00t don’t know a better way….
Hi everyone – there's still a couple of days to apply to participate in this year's eLife Sprint, Sep 2–3 online (: If you're passionate about open research and changing research culture, this is a great opportunity to connect with a community of like-minded researchers and technologists and to turn ideas into v1s! 🚀
Check out the 15 projects that you can work on (some proposed by members of this community ;)) and apply by June 7: https://sprint.elifesciences.org (if you need some more time - please feel free to get in touch)