Eleven years after I began working as a freelance science consultant ( labelled scidecode from 2019), my consulting work is in transition, I will post about it here soon.
In the scidecode blog I wrote about various issues around scientific publishing and open science, the postings were not always related to scidecode projects. I now use this platform to blog more generally and even more detached from scidecode projects or covering topics related not to my freelance work but my work for Saarland University. In parallel, I will continue to blog on scidecode, but with a slightly different focus, as this will allow me to more clearly differentiate between consulting views and personal statements.
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- scidecode continues to be scidecode, but scinoptica lives again - 9. Dezember 2022
- Update on the scidecode study on Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) - 22. Mai 2022
- Open Journal Systems (OJS) Installationen in Deutschland - 19. Mai 2022