Category: DARIAH


Peer review says “bof”

There are some words that are hard to translate in every language. Giving a sense of the French “bof” is one of these tricky cases. Basically, it means something close to “so-so”, but it is better impersonated by the Comics figure of Achille Talon (there is a section of the English wikipedia...


Data Journals at the Prague winter school

I have the great pleasure to be in Prague for the DARIAH/HaS winter school on Data Citation this week. Tomorrow, I will talk about data journals (are they going to save us from the wrongdoings of pre-publication peer reviews?) and will present the episciences platform for overlay journals with the help...


Thinking & drafting & drafting & drafting

In the midst of developing work on the Data Re-Use Charter I mentioned in the previous post, I am discovering a new way of developing ideas, which does not involve taking notes, reading long books, and writing complex argumentations. While the first idea of the Charter was tending towards a final product that...