* Benevolent founder & director, e.g., Craig Newmark (Craigslist), Linux Torvalds (Linux) and crowdfunded projects.
* Open... more »
todays attempts like academia.edu and research gate it seems to me are failing
coupled to this is the problem that we havent developed yet how to create... more »
A prototype experiment of Mozilla Science Lab, BioMed Central, PLoS and ORCID to show how noting code and data contributions affect researcher motivations.
Persistent IDs (e.g. ORCID, Wikidata)
open workflow components with functionality like GDocs, Dropbox, Github, dat (semantic), Open Science Framework
legal Sci-Hub (LOCKSS, DOAI, ILL etc.)
Validation (OPRM, Unit test, checksum)
Outreach all along the research... more »
'Hypotheses hosts several thousand blogs covering all areas of the humanities and social sciences. The texts are in open access. They are not aimed exclusively at specialists and may be of interest to a broad readership.'
1) A university-wide pay scale for teaching courses that allows for incremental adjustments for years served, and bonuses for class size and results (how do we want to measure results?). No second-class citizens in this system. Everyone who steps up to teach has the rank of professor. The full-time... more »
The story suggests the great potential for open design and production of scientific instruments -- even quite sophisticated, complicated ones -- if researchers self-organize... more »