Another #workflow question for folks on the scholar.social instance... I write in #markdown and manage #citations in bibtex using bibdesk, but am thinking about moving to #zotero + zotfile + BBT (https://retorque.re/zotero-better-bibtex/) which can manage auto export of libraries to bibtex, I gather. Anyone else out there have comments re using Zotero for a bib(la)tex scholarly #writing workflow? It’s important to me that I have access to database in the form of bibtex files.
Man kann übrigens Mastodon-Konten auch via RSS-Feed folgen. Dafür muss einfach .rss an die Konto-URL angehängt werden. Für mein Konto also bspw. so:
Geht ebenfalls, wenn man nach einem Hashtag filtern möchte:
#introductions Hello. I'm a researcher/technologist with a focus on biomedical informatics. Main focus is creating novel software tools to help clinicians and researchers do their research. I also like trying out new software tech, with an interest in privacy focussed tools.
Outside academia most of my time is spent looking after my young son, but when I get a chance I also like listening to, playing and writing music.
Looking forward to contributing!
New article on technological, social, ethical, and legal aspects of clinical genomics published by our group in European Neuropsychopharmacology
Podcast recommendation, German language
Sehr hörwerte Podcast Episode mit Sven Ole Müller, der den doppelten Bogen schlägt von Personalführung zu Extrem- Ausdauersport zu sinnhaftem Zusammenleben.
Masters of Transformation Podcast: Potenzialentfaltung in Gemeinschaft
Over the last few days we've had constant requests to respond to @firstname.lastname@example.org's 'The ecosystem is moving' blog post & recent 36c3 talk - we've tried to articulate Matrix's viewpoint over at https://matrix.org/blog/2020/01/02/on-privacy-versus-freedom.
Hey all, quick question: Are there any really good insightful videos/lectures/articles on open source business models out there? I've been dwelling over the statement that the service/support-based model is not sustainable for a few weeks and all the expert opinions I heard so far just resolve to shifting away from open source licensing in some form or another. Example: https://www.invidio.us/watch?v=T_UM5PYk9NA
#opensource #freesoftware #softwaredevelopment #foss
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 https://chem-bla-ics.blogspot.com/2019/11/postdoctoral-researcher-at-fhml-nutrim.html
Diese Woche: #Greta Thunbergs schockierende Zugfahrt, Robert #Möritz aus der CDU ausgetreten, die Klimakonferenz ohne großen Wurf, #Bahn & #Maut, Rapper verliert gegen den BR, Pakistans Ex-Präsident zum Tode verurteilt und Land des Jahres 2019: Usbekistan. https://wochendaemmerung.de/greta-maut-urstbekistan/
Happy to see this announced today. This years #deRSE19 was a great experience.
Save the Date: #deRSE20 - 2nd International Conference of Research Software Engineers in Germany, 25-27 August 2020
https://de-rse.org/blog/2019/12/20/derse20-save-the-date.html #RSE #deRSE
Signal messenger – some people asked about finding new sticker packs. Look here:
We will be at #FOSDEM presenting a Spotlight on #FreeSoftware Building Blocks for a Secure #HealthData Infrastructure. Part of the packed open research tools and technologies track on February 1st, 2020.
Criticism of open source
This felt a bit exaggerated with purposely chosen quotes and examples, but enough of it touches a nerve that it got me thinking about the benefits and ills of free software.
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