I'm a librarian focusing on research reproducibility + research data management.
I gave an interview about me/my work: http://acrl.ala.org/dh/2018/04/04/repro/
I love FOSS, open access, open educational resources, open EVERYTHING
I hate the corporate capture of scholarship
I also love my super cute black cat Little Boss
Does anyone know of a way forward with Twitter v2 API when your small, academic archive doesn't qualify for the Academic Research track? The problem we have is that we don't have a research question to pursue, we are just archiving tweets about our college, for the benefit of future researchers. This approach doesn't seem to fit with Twitter's "tracks".
Any thoughts are appreciated.
I like the new #kdenlive 21.04! I just finished the edit of a new video tutorial with it (about 'shading', I'll post it later today) and the new auto-generated subtitle feature with speech recognition saves me 2h of work! (and surprisingly this one recognise my heavy French accent with a high percentage of success). Such a typing burden I did weekly to do less... Thanks again devs! And new keyframe actions are also lovely to use. 💜
More info about the release: https://kdenlive.org/en/2021/04/kdenlive-21-04-released/
this blog post by @anarchivist is real good: https://matienzo.org/2021/on-sourcery-or-the-enclosure-of-remote-access/
at the highest level possible it's about archives and labor. it's real good.
A challenger emerges for "Worst library job posting" https://docs.google.com/document/d/18Dhid_NdknBY603rckN5jkbhDQKUAQCwNDpANUfRm2M/edit
Librarian for research data management & reproducibility. Into open scholarship in all it's forms!
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