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    Tim Head
    @betatim
    hey
    Kevin Kunzmann
    @kkmann
    Hi @sgibson91 thanks, that paper is golden, I'll be in touch!
    Kevin Kunzmann
    @kkmann
    @sgibson91 uha, tough stuff. Super valuable resource though. Coming even close to that (and maintaining it) will be utterly impossible for smaller institutions. Do you think there is any point in discussing a minimal set / hands on version of this?
    Sarah Gibson
    @sgibson91
    What do you mean?
    Kevin Kunzmann
    @kkmann
    I guess my qustions are: 1) How many people do you recon you'd need to implement/maintain that for Tier 3 and how many people are working on this at the ATI. 2) What is the current implementation status at the ATI. 3) Are you aware of any other adopters outside the ATI 4) Is there any interest at the ATI to support adoption and whom would I need to talk to?
    Sarah Gibson
    @sgibson91
    I'm not on the DSH project so I'm going to give very fuzzy answers here, @KirstieJane may be able to give more concrete answers.
    1) I'm not sure, at the minute it's a joint effort between the project members on the DSH project in Research Engineering (REG) and the Turing's IT department (who maintain admin rights)
    2) We implement a DSH of an appropriate tier for every project we run during Data Study Group weeks (https://www.turing.ac.uk/collaborate-turing/data-study-groups, and in fact it was these events that drove the development of the DSH project), the Living with Machines project (https://www.turing.ac.uk/research/research-projects/living-machines) is currently in the midst of deploying a Tier 3 environment for it's research, the University of Bristol deployed a DSH for a DSG (https://www.bristol.ac.uk/golding/the-alan-turing-institute/bristol-data-study-group/) they ran sort of independently from the Turing (REG/IT project members were consider on call for technical issues), and the DSH tech is also being implemented in the DECOVID project (https://www.decovid.org/)
    3) I can't speak to whether there's interest in support and of what level that interest is, but here's the project page with people involved: https://www.turing.ac.uk/research/research-projects/data-safe-havens-cloud Martin O'Reilly and James Robinson are the REG leaders on that list
    Kevin Kunzmann
    @kkmann
    <3 if only everyones 'fuzzy' answers were that helpful, thanks!
    Sarah Gibson
    @sgibson91
    :yellow_heart:
    Kritika Gupta
    @kritika12298
    Hello, I am Kritika Gupta and am looking forward to contribute to The Turing Way with my Data Science skills.
    Malvika Sharan
    @malvikasharan
    Welcome Kritika.
    Kevin Kunzmann
    @kkmann
    Hi Kritika!
    Malvika Sharan
    @malvikasharan
    Does anyone feel like reviewing new PRs on chapters covering persona and pathways (a familiar topic for Mozilla Open Leaders)?
    A short chapter on persona creation for the project design guide: alan-turing-institute/the-turing-way#1252
    A somewhat long chapter on Persona and Pathways in The Turing Way written for the community handbook: alan-turing-institute/the-turing-way#1254
    It would be great to get some reviewers for these PRs.
    A few more new discussions are happening on the PRs, for example, @kkmann has added a case study on a reproducible workflow for a manuscript.
    Malvika Sharan
    @malvikasharan
    If you an idea for a case study from anything you have published, we would love to hear from you. Some examples could be from (not limited to) research compendia, a combination of multiple concepts discussed so far in the book and so on.
    Malvika Sharan
    @malvikasharan
    If you have* an idea for a case study ... (massively delayed typo correction 😂)
    Dr. Rachael Ainsworth
    @rainsworth
    Hi @malvikasharan - I've reviewed #1121 #1252 and #1254 (although this one still needs approval - happy to approve it but didn't know if you wanted to discuss anything further first or were waiting for the other tagged reviewers)
    Malvika Sharan
    @malvikasharan
    OMG thank you, Rachael. That is massive. 💖💃🎊
    Kevin Kunzmann
    @kkmann

    If you an idea for a case study from anything you have published, we would love to hear from you. Some examples could be from (not limited to) research compendia, a combination of multiple concepts discussed so far in the book and so on.

    :+1: I feel that the example I contributed leans heavily to the technical side of things, would be great to have a more diverse selection. I'll look at improving and documenting building the turing way book locally via conda environments + r2d next. Also more on the technical side of things. From my personal experience, I'd feel a few really good examples of documenting research data according to fair principles on various levels of complexity would be gold.

    Malvika Sharan
    @malvikasharan
    Malvika Sharan
    @malvikasharan
    Good morning/afternoon everyone! Can someone please approve this: alan-turing-institute/the-turing-way#1261 (a minor update in the bibliography for correct referencing)?
    Also, coworking calls for the rest of the month have been updated here: https://hackmd.io/@malvikasharan/TW-coworking
    Sarah Gibson
    @sgibson91
    Approved!
    Malvika Sharan
    @malvikasharan
    And, we have decided to hold our Collaboration Cafe this week at 15:00 instead at 19:00 as we discussed in the last call that it is very late for most people who would like to join: https://hackmd.io/@KirstieJane/CollabCafe
    Thank you Sarah! :heart:
    Florencia D'Andrea
    @flor14
    Hello, here Florencia D'Andrea, a postdoc researcher from Argentina and also part of the ReproHack team. I would like to know if it is possible to collaborate with the translations of the book into Spanish. It's really good!
    Sarah Gibson
    @sgibson91
    Welcome @flor14! I believe @crangelsmith is involved in that and would be a good person to talk to :)
    Malvika Sharan
    @malvikasharan

    🎉 Hello Flor! 👋

    You can start by reading some guidelines here: alan-turing-institute/the-turing-way#967 and you can check the ongoing work on the Transifex: https://www.transifex.com/theturingway/theturingway/language/es/.

    And as @sgibson91 said, @crangelsmith can point you to the best starting point to get going.

    Florencia D'Andrea
    @flor14
    Hello! :) The Transifex link does not work for me
    Malvika Sharan
    @malvikasharan
    Can you send me your GitHub handle that I can add to the transifex?
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    To allow more structured discussions, we now have a Slack space. Use this link to join: https://join.slack.com/t/theturingway/shared_invite/zt-fn608gvb-h_ZSpoA29cCdUwR~TIqpBw
    We won't be closing this Gitter channel, but this will serve as a public-facing point of contact for new members and quick interactions and Q&A with each other.
    Slack on the other hand will allow folks working on an issue to actively engage with others and invite discussions in dedicated channels.
    Malvika Sharan
    @malvikasharan
    Do let me know if you have any trouble joining the Slack, I can send you a direct invite.
    Markus Löning
    @mloning
    Hi all, do you have good resources for creating open-source governance structures? By governance I mean questions related to how and who makes decisions, rights/responsibilities of authors/maintainers, selection/curation of contributions etc
    I'm struggling to find anything, I've opened an issue here alan-turing-institute/the-turing-way#1225
    Malvika Sharan
    @malvikasharan
    We have a new chapter in PR: alan-turing-institute/the-turing-way#1121 that discusses this in brief, but checkout The Carpentries teams and staff: https://carpentries.org/ and https://cdh.carpentries.org/community-development-roles.html
    Markus Löning
    @mloning
    Thanks @malvikasharan will look into it
    Markus Löning
    @mloning
    Both links above discuss governance for specific projects, which is really helpful, and I've taken away a few important points. But does anyone know of resources that discuss governance structures more generally, on a meta level, on not specifically for a given project? More about principles, best practices, things to keep in mind, tools to help decide which governance structures to include in one's own project, etc
    Malvika Sharan
    @malvikasharan
    The book by Jono Bacon on community discusses this in detail. I haven’t seen it anywhere else (or haven’t looked harder).
    Malvika Sharan
    @malvikasharan

    Just to bump this up 👇

    Please join the Slack channel using this invitation link: https://join.slack.com/t/theturingway/shared_invite/zt-fn608gvb-h_ZSpoA29cCdUwR~TIqpBw

    While we move to Slack for structured discussions and collaboration, Gitter will continue to serve as a public-facing point of contact.

    Markus Löning
    @mloning
    I saw this issue about the all contributors bot: all-contributors/all-contributors#362 The bot now seems to work on your repo, we're having the same issue, do you remember how you resolved the issue?
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    Agrover112
    @Agrover112
    • Hello!
    Really great project you are working on came here from JuptrCon Sprint
    Malvika Sharan
    @malvikasharan
    Heyaa @Agrover112, great to have you here. Head over to this notes to connect with us: https://hackmd.io/@turingway/JC2020-sprint
    we are on Zoom at the moment if you want to come along and say hello and meet others
    Link in the line 117 at the moment
    Agrover112
    @Agrover112
    Thank you