Online / 6 & 7 February 2021

schedule

Open Research Tools and Technologies devroom


10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
Saturday OpenStreetMap Features as Proxy to Socio-Economic Indicators: A Network Theory Approach Combining crowdsourcing and expertise in Digital Humanities Making Tools for Social Media Research: Principles and (Future) Challenges From Navicrawler to HyBro: a brief history of webcrawlers for social sciences Gazouilloire: a command line tool for long-term tweets collection PANDORÆ Web mining panel FLOSS meets Social Science Research (and lived to tell the tale) Collaborating to describe datasets using Frictionless Data schemas: schema-collaboration Emacs and org-mode for reproducible research
Organize your research in plain text!
eLabFTW - the open source lab notebook Using ElabFTW for materials science ELab panel ReplicationWiki - Transparency in the Social Sciences
Informing about Data & Code Availability and Published Replications
Open research in life science: funding foundational tools, trust, and talent Free/Open source Research Software production at the Gaspard-Monge Computer Science laboratory
Lessons learnt
Archiving, referencing and citing research software in Software Heritage Open source isn't enough. Working towards sustainable solutions with PubPub. Research on the french law-making process
What happens when you try to put the law into git
Rawgraphs
An open visualization framework for open outputs
Datasette
An open source multi-tool for exploring and publishing data
Filecoin & IPFS: A new Home for Research Data Metrics in Context: A Data Specification For Scholarly Metrics Reverse-engineering as a crossroads for investigation, science and open tools and technologies
We are experimentally trying to revisit the practice of reverse-engineering to explore these possible and effective contributions in the case of investigation (journalism, activism, science, art).
Black box panel

Read the Call for Papers at https://lists.fosdem.org/pipermail/fosdem/2020q4/003155.html.

The Open Research Tools and Technologies devroom addresses FLOSS developers in a broad community concerned with research production and curation: scientists, engineers, journalists, archivists, curators, activists. The tools and technologies targeted are typically creating, handling or sharing knowledge artifacts: data, academic papers, books, collections, web contents, algorithms, artworks. This devroom provides a place and time to discuss the issues related to the creation and usage of open research technologies, with the ambition to foster discussions between designers, developers and users, bridging multiple knowledge-based communities together, and with the broader FLOSS community.

Our topics include:

Event Speakers Start End

Saturday

  OpenStreetMap Features as Proxy to Socio-Economic Indicators: A Network Theory Approach Albert Yumol 10:00 10:25
  Combining crowdsourcing and expertise in Digital Humanities Olivier Aubert 10:25 10:50
  Making Tools for Social Media Research: Principles and (Future) Challenges stijn peeters, Erik Borra, Bernhard Rieder 10:50 11:15
  From Navicrawler to HyBro: a brief history of webcrawlers for social sciences Benjamin Ooghe-Tabanou 11:15 11:25
  Gazouilloire: a command line tool for long-term tweets collection Béatrice Mazoyer 11:25 11:35
  PANDORÆ Guillaume Levrier 11:35 11:45
  Web mining panel Guillaume Levrier, Béatrice Mazoyer, Benjamin Ooghe-Tabanou 11:45 11:55
  FLOSS meets Social Science Research (and lived to tell the tale) Maya Anderson-González 11:55 12:20
  Collaborating to describe datasets using Frictionless Data schemas: schema-collaboration Carles Pina Estany 12:20 12:45
  Emacs and org-mode for reproducible research
Organize your research in plain text!
Thibault Lestang 12:45 13:10
  eLabFTW - the open source lab notebook Nicolas CARPi 13:10 13:25
  Using ElabFTW for materials science Niels Cautaerts 13:25 13:35
  ELab panel Nicolas CARPi, Niels Cautaerts 13:35 13:45
  ReplicationWiki - Transparency in the Social Sciences
Informing about Data & Code Availability and Published Replications
Jan H. Höffler 13:45 14:10
  Open research in life science: funding foundational tools, trust, and talent Yo Yehudi 14:10 14:35
  Free/Open source Research Software production at the Gaspard-Monge Computer Science laboratory
Lessons learnt
Teresa Gomez-Diaz 14:35 15:00
  Archiving, referencing and citing research software in Software Heritage Roberto Di Cosmo 15:00 15:25
  Open source isn't enough. Working towards sustainable solutions with PubPub. Travis Rich 15:25 15:50
  Research on the french law-making process
What happens when you try to put the law into git
Damien Marié 15:50 16:15
  Rawgraphs
An open visualization framework for open outputs
Giorgio Uboldi 16:15 16:40
  Datasette
An open source multi-tool for exploring and publishing data
Simon Willison 16:40 17:05
  Filecoin & IPFS: A new Home for Research Data Molly Mackinlay 17:05 17:30
  Metrics in Context: A Data Specification For Scholarly Metrics Asura Enkhbayar 17:30 17:40
  Reverse-engineering as a crossroads for investigation, science and open tools and technologies
We are experimentally trying to revisit the practice of reverse-engineering to explore these possible and effective contributions in the case of investigation (journalism, activism, science, art).
Xavier Coadic 17:40 17:50
  Black box panel Asura Enkhbayar, Xavier Coadic 17:50 18:00