hi followers. For too many months my GitHub/IFTTT/Todoist integration has been broken, and it matters to me.

Does anyone know a DYI solution for getting new GitHub tickets (and ideally GitLab too) into my Todoist?

(Plz retweet)

last week, I give a presentation about data citations. My ambition is that all future governmental policies use data citations. Here are my slides to disseminate DataCite results a bit: zenodo.org/record/3648169

How do/did you access academic text books during university? 📖

Copyright implications of brute forcing all 12-tone major melodies in approximately 2.5 TB youtube.com/watch?v=sfXn_ecH5R #CopyrightMadness

We're going to roll out icons for our anti-features soon. Here's a preview, what do you think?

after I made a few small updates, Lars made a new citation_js QuickStatements plugin release: github.com/citation-js/plugin- You can now also use DOIs for book chapters and convert this to input

new blog post: "WikidataCon, Google Summer of Code Mentor Summit, OpenRiskNet, and the Beilstein Open Science meeting" chem-bla-ics.blogspot.com/2019

Conversations, der wohl beste Android-Messenger für die XMPP-Welt, ist aktuell kostenlos über den Play Store beziehbar.

Alternativ und zu bevorzugen: Über F-Droid herunterladen.

Schöne Feiertage!

happy solstice, everyone! may the enlightenment be with you!

hi all, I'm looking for a postdoc who wants to work in our sysbio group on development of ontologies and be happy with project management. See chem-bla-ics.blogspot.com/2019

hi all, I'm looking for a postdoc who wants to work in our sysbio group on development of ontologies and be happy with project management. See chem-bla-ics.blogspot.com/2019

two new papers appeared online, around FAIR data, in a new MIT-press journal Data Intelligence, one about FAIR data in chemistry (doi.org/10.1162/dint_a_00035) and the other about furthering the FAIR principles (doi.org/10.1162/dint_r_00024). Thx to Annika and Simon for their work to pull these two papers together!

I attended two meeting last week, both about : first the Beilstein Open Science symposium, followed by the Google Summer of Code Summit. Great meetings!

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