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    Andreas Leimbach
    @aleimba
    we'll announce here again then ;-)
    Mario Antonioletti
    @marioa
    I missed earlier ones
    but Selina will keep me right
    Andreas Leimbach
    @aleimba
    alright, hurray Selina ;-)
    Markus J. Ankenbrand
    @iimog
    I closed the topic suggestions pad just now.
    Mario Antonioletti
    @marioa
    Couple of quickies - on your wiki: please have a look how and where! -> please have a look to see where and how!
    or you could say how and where but it sounds a little less nice
    also: a roadmap giving you a clue what we are currently up to -> a roadmap to inform you what we are currently up to ...
    I have no editing privileges
    Andreas Leimbach
    @aleimba
    sorry, the Wiki stuff was just temporarily, otherwise we have too many different resources; and even I'm beginning to loose track
    Mario Antonioletti
    @marioa
    ok
    Konrad Förstner
    @konrad
    but very good point - need to clean this up
    Konrad Förstner
    @konrad
    we have started the hang out
    Andreas Leimbach
    @aleimba
    the final hang out for our project, for planning the future of the project
    friday todos
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    Patricia Herterich
    @pherterich
    Same here, can't predict how much effort I can put into this
    but I will certainly help and give stuff a look
    Tamara Heck
    @marahe
    thank you for inviting and organizing. The online meetings with chats and short hangouts worked well for me.
    Patricia Herterich
    @pherterich
    thanks everyone :clap:
    Tamara Heck
    @marahe
    a nice weekend to all
    Andreas Leimbach
    @aleimba
    thanks for contributing, you're awesome! :clap:
    :tada:
    Mario Antonioletti
    @marioa
    Thanks folks ... will be around until 5 UK local time
    Markus J. Ankenbrand
    @iimog
    Tamara Heck
    @marahe
    This is a very important project: https://www.fosteropenscience.eu/
    Konrad Förstner
    @konrad
    thanks @marahe - yes, we have this on the radar and listed already.
    Thanks to @matthiasfromm the Open Science Radio podcast epidsode about the project went online already yesterday: www.openscienceradio.de/2016/06/03/osr053-sprint-report-open-science-101-at-mozsprint-2016/
    Andreas Leimbach
    @aleimba
    great, thanks @konrad and @matthiasfromm !
    Andreas Leimbach
    @aleimba
    hey guys, I finally closed the SurveyMonkey survey and @iimog will pull one final time the GitHub issue votes
    Matthias Fromm
    @matthiasfromm
    +1
    Andreas Leimbach
    @aleimba
    here's the link to the final results from SurveyMonkey: https://de.surveymonkey.com/results/SM-S56DMN6R/
    Andreas Leimbach
    @aleimba
    as per suggestion from @konrad I created a new milestone 'Stuff to do before "Create core material"' ( https://github.com/OKScienceDE/Open_Science_101/milestones/Stuff%20to%20do%20before%20%22Create%20core%20material%22 ) to collect issues we need to address before proceeding with the core material
    Matthias Fromm
    @matthiasfromm
    @aleimba currently doing a late "Hausputz" in the repo... ;-)
    Andreas Leimbach
    @aleimba
    yep, too tired to work on "real" stuff ;-)
    Matthias Fromm
    @matthiasfromm
    haha, will incorporate that in my own register of
    excuses
    Andreas Leimbach
    @aleimba
    I'll send you my GitHub excuse repo ;-)
    Matthias Fromm
    @matthiasfromm
    And suddenly forking makes sense...
    Andreas Leimbach
    @aleimba
    or "I'll do that later, because..." :P
    I'm off, have a good night!
    Matthias Fromm
    @matthiasfromm
    Same!
    Konrad Förstner
    @konrad
    Another suggestion: In order to keep stuff running we should maybe have short call from time to time. How about we just do this after the Call of the German-Speaking AG - Open Sciecen? Could be just 5 - 10 min
    Andreas Leimbach
    @aleimba
    that's a good idea
    we should put that in the repo README for potential contributors, and archive the accompanying etherpad (if we have one) also in the repo
    Andreas Leimbach
    @aleimba
    hola, with the great help of @iimog I finally scraped together the final survey results and made a bar graph, see here: https://github.com/OKScienceDE/Open_Science_101/tree/master/meetings/2016-06-02-Mozilla_Science_Lab_Global_Sprint_2016
    Matthias Fromm
    @matthiasfromm
    Great! Thanks @aleimba and @iimog !