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OSR089 WikiCite 2017 Meeting the Crowd [EN]

As last year, Konrad visited the WikiCite 2017 event that seeks out “…to design a central bibliographic repository, as well as tools and strategies to improve information quality and verifiability in Wikimedia projects.” This year he took the opportunity to do a couple of interviews with participants.

WikiCite draws a very diverse crowd, so in this episode you’ll hear a couple of short introductions from the “event floor”. Have fun getting to know some of the participants of WikiCite 2017 and hearing about their motivations. Enjoy!

OSR088 WikiCite 2017 Interview Jodi Schneider [EN]

As last year, Konrad visited the WikiCite 2017 event that seeks out “…to design a central bibliographic repository, as well as tools and strategies to improve information quality and verifiability in Wikimedia projects.” This year he took the opportunity to do a couple of interviews with participants.

This interview is with Jodi Schneider, who is a researcher in Linked Data, Argumentation, Scholarly Communication and Computer Supported Collaboration (CSCW), currently working at the School of Information Sciences of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She brings quite a bit of experience from biomedical citation networks to the WikiCite table. Enjoy!

OSR087 WikiCite 2017 Interview Mark Graham [EN]

As last year, Konrad visited the WikiCite 2017 event that seeks out “…to design a central bibliographic repository, as well as tools and strategies to improve information quality and verifiability in Wikimedia projects.” This year he took the opportunity to do a couple of interviews with participants.

This interview is with Mark Graham, director of the Wayback Machine at the Internet Archive. Mark reveals some insights from his work on the Wayback Machine and draws some interesting connections to the work done for WikiCite. Enjoy!

OSR086 WikiCite 2017 Interview OpenCitations [EN]

As last year, Konrad visited the WikiCite 2017 event that seeks out “…to design a central bibliographic repository, as well as tools and strategies to improve information quality and verifiability in Wikimedia projects.” This year he took the opportunity to do a couple of interviews with participants.

This interview is with David Shotton and Silvio Peroni, both running the OpenCitations project that seeks to an create an “…open repository of scholarly citation data made available under a Creative Commons public domain dedication, which provides in RDF accurate citation information (bibliographic references) harvested from the scholarly literature.” Enjoy!

OSR085 WikiCite 2017 Interview with Carly Strasser [EN]

As last year, Konrad visited the WikiCite 2017 event that seeks out “…to design a central bibliographic repository, as well as tools and strategies to improve information quality and verifiability in Wikimedia projects.” This year he took the opportunity to do a couple of interviews with participants.

This interview is with Carly Strasser. Carly is a marine scientist by education and and an open science advocate currently working for the Moore Foundation. In this interview she provides us with a bit of background about the Moore’s Foundation interest in WikiCite, open citations and open science in general. Enjoy!

OSR084 WikiCite 2017 Interview with Daniel Mietchen [EN]

As last year, Konrad visited the WikiCite 2017 event that seeks out “…to design a central bibliographic repository, as well as tools and strategies to improve information quality and verifiability in Wikimedia projects.” This year he took the opportunity to do a couple of interviews with participants.

This interview is with Daniel Mietchen. Daniel is a biophysicist and open scientist currently working at the University of Virginia as a data scientist. He is also part of the organizing committee anf initiated the Zika corpus project. In this interview he provides us with a bit of background of his work on the Zika corpus project and how it relates to WikiCite. Enjoy!