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The first meetup dedicated to the problems of Open Science in Russia took place in Moscow on January 21.
The meetup was attended by 11 people:
- Tamara Markarova (Konstantin Ushinsky Scientific Pedagogical Library),
- Petr Kohts,
- Sergey Parinov (Russian Academy of Sciences, Socionet),
- Irina Radchenko (Higher School of Economics),
- Yury Polyak (Russian Academy of Sciences),
- Alexandr Antopolskiy (Russian Academy of Education),
- Dmitry Semyachkin (Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics RAS, CyberLeninka),
- Michael Sergeev (CyberLeninka),
- Eugeniy Kislyak (CyberLeninka),
- Grigory Zatsman (eLibrary),
- Alexandr Notchenko.
We agreed on discussing the following issues:
- We have to discover working groups OKFN Open Science and Open Access in foreign countries: what we can offer them and what we can take.
- Find points of mutual interest — joint projects of OKFN-RU Open Science working group.
- Discussion of the use of Russian and English languages in publications (which way is more useful for Russian Science?)
- Technological aspects of Open Science and Open Access approach.
- Development of terminology in the fields of Open Science and Open Access.
- Panton principles.
- Organization of workshops on technology, standards, guidelines, ontologies, metadata, and so on.
- Creating questionnaires with questions about the presence of the working group members on social media.
- Distribution of materials on the Open Science and Open Access (including translation of Wikipedia articles).