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New question by @EvoMRI@twitter.com:

“What were some key steps in the history of open science so far?”

Please read question details and add your answers over there:
ask-open-science.org/1108/what

New question by @EvoMRI@twitter.com:

“What can developers and designers of tools and services do to advance open science?”

Please read question details and add your answers over there:
ask-open-science.org/1107/deve

New question by @EvoMRI@twitter.com:

“What are best practice examples for funding research infrastructure in a sustainable manner?”

Please read question details and add your answers over there:
ask-open-science.org/1106/prac

Is anyone using a good alternative to Scrivener? I'm falling out of love with it between troubleshooting headaches and it being a little *too* feature-heavy, but the idea of going back to regular word processors for drafting makes me want to cry

New question by Cord Wiljes:

“Do publishers allow cumulative dissertations?

If an author signed away exclusive publication rights to a publisher […], the author is no longer allowed to publish the content in another publication. If the author would like to use the content for a cumulative dissertation, […] permission by the publisher is required for each text. How is your experience with this? […]”

Please add your answers over there: ask-open-science.org/1103/do-p

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