we are ~100 responses away from 500, which is the number we really strove for!!
if you have 10minutes and write/reuse code in academia, I would be so grateful if you could take the survey: https://nyu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5ArtYnx6kWMXYNv
and forward it around to all your coworkers/friends/enemies-you-must-work-with we would be EVEN MORE grateful
holy shit first #IASGE paper submitted for peer review!
Sarah and I are conducting 32 #IASGE interviews in the next 2 weeks and we're expecting more to be added 🤯
The first of it's kind -- #IASGE Lab Notes
Genevieve starts us off with the first of a series, testing how web archiving tools can help with preserving source code + its scholarly ephemera
this first post looks at Archive-It and future posts will look at tools like Webrecorder & Memento Tracer
anyway, read her post here: https://investigating-archiving-git.gitlab.io/updates/lab-notes-archive-it/
📢 CALLING ALL FOLKS WRITING, REMIXING, PRESERVING, & REUSING CODE IN ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS 📢
Team #IASGE would *love* to hear about how you use version control & code hosting platforms, no matter your level of use or confidence in your skills
More info about the research: https://investigating-archiving-git.gitlab.io/updates/survey-cfp/
Direct link to the survey: https://nyu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5ArtYnx6kWMXYNv
FIRST #IASGE BLOG POST OF 2020
in which Sarah Nguyen describes how Continuous Integration can be used for quality assurance in research workflows
Now for an actual *researchy* #IASGE blog post 🤓
Sarah follows up on her July post on the notable ways in which scholars use Git hosting platforms (like GitHub, Bitbucket, GitLab, etc.) to cover Notable Way #5 -- Education!
New #IASGE blog post -- from me! I am making my blog debut to do a short IASGE-centered recap of #iPres2019, going over the poster that Genevieve and I presented and two other related projects that were at the conf 💫
techpol, uspol, IASGE blog post
The #IASGE Team is taking a break from our normal research-y posts to talk about the #sanctions against folks in (or who have been linked to) Iran, Syria, Sudan, North Korea, Cuba, and Crimea w.r.t. #Git hosting platforms, most recently #GitHub
Read our post here: https://investigating-archiving-git.gitlab.io/updates/git-hosting-sanctions/
New #IASGE post up ✍️
Genevieve, the research scientist for LIS, continuing her environmental scan, wrote about current approaches to self-archiving source code 👩💻
And if you want to get auto-updated when we post something new, we have an RSS feed too: https://investigating-archiving-git.gitlab.io/rss.xml
Web archiving source code
In this next update from our #IASGE project, Genevieve explores 3 web archiving tools with examples of how some folx are using these existing tools/approaches for capturing source code 📃
Give it a read here: https://investigating-archiving-git.gitlab.io/updates/web-archiving-source-code
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