I'm looking forward to hearing a report of the workshop, once somebody gets
a chance! -Jodi
2011/10/3 Finn Årup Nielsen <fn(a)imm.dtu.dk>
Dear Reid and Phoebe,
I suppose that this Workshop is going on today.
On Fri, 2011-09-02 at 17:42 +0200, Reid Priedhorsky wrote:
On 8/31/11 8:53 PM, Daniel Mietchen wrote:
> I would love to participate, but can't
make it to WikiSym. Do you see
> a way to participate online?
Glad to hear of your enthusiasm, and sorry to hear you won't be able to
attend. In terms of remote participation, I have a couple of suggestions.
1. Before the workshop, we'd love to hear any thoughts you might have.
Do you have time to briefly write up problems, solutions, observations,
etc. that you see in this space? If so, you could e-mail those to Phoebe
and myself; I'm sure they would be helpful in guiding the discussion.
I maintain the Brede Wiki http://neuro.imm.dtu.dk/wiki/Main_Page
is related to AcaWiki. I have topical pages, e.g., about Wikipedia
where I record links to
research papers. On some pages I describe individual scientific papers
I keep structured information in templates and can generate BibTeX.
I also keep numerical data in csv pages, enabling numerical
computations, see, e.g., http://neuro.imm.dtu.dk/wiki/MaND
2. One of the products of the workshop will be
proposals for what do to
moving forward, for the community to consider, develop further, and
perhaps implement. We will publish and announce here. These will
necessarily include a strong, if not exclusive, online component. I
don't know what this will look like, but I'm sure there will be a great
need for participation by folks like yourself.
I think we do not have the infrastructure to offer meaningful remote
live participation during the actual workshop, sadly. We might be able
to do stuff like liveblogging or tweeting. I'll talk with Phoebe.
I might keep a look out on etherpad today
Finn Årup Nielsen, DTU Informatics, http://www.imm.dtu.dk/~fn/
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