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[2/9] The core idea is that is relevant to the quality of research and its sustainability beyond software development, and thus beyond , to encompass (read: all disciplines!) and (read: research + infrastructure!) 💻🧬🐚🌱📜

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RT @anthrolog@twitter.com

[1/9] New preprint on , in which @markgalassi@twitter.com and I articulate the case for free and open source software in research and scholarship 🤓

Feedback welcome! 👉 doi.org/10.31235/osf.io/ye7sx

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I have refereed for @JOSS_TheOJ@twitter.com (and I'm also a fan of @joss@twitter.com but that's in another sphere of life). I am enthusiastic, and urge people to look in to publishing with them.

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RT @KMMoerman@twitter.com

Proud to be a co-founder and editor for @JOSS_TheOJ@twitter.com, the Journal of Open Source Software. We are a free to publish and journal with an innovative open source review system. After ~4 years, we now celebrate the publication of our 1000th paper! twitter.com/JOSS_TheOJ/status/

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GNU/Linux hackers: I'm teaching a segment on becoming a Unix/GNULinux power user. any tips on what's important? As an example from the legendary Christopher Gabriel:
"'automate as much as possible' and 'track everything with version control' are good generic tips"

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