Ramblings of Daniel Graziotin
I am proud to join The Winnower, a revolutionary open science project, as Web software engineer and advisor. The Winnower is an innovative open science publishing platform-i.e., an academic journal-that employs open post-publication peer review. The platform aims to revolutionize how science is communicated by breaking down the barriers to scientific communication. While its founder Josh Nicholson … Continue reading Joining The Winnower
D. Graziotin, “Recent trends in agile processes and software engineering research – XP 2014 conference report“, The Winnower, vol. 1, pp. e141901.13372, 2014. DOI: 10.15200/winn.141901.13372 (OPEN ACCESS)
The last update to mbpfan happened almost 1 year and a half ago. Besides having little time to invest in this project, I had the issue of not possessing a Macbook anymore. One week ago, my faculty assigned me a shiny new Macbook Pro 11,1. Just in time, because the new Linux 3.1.5 kernel was … Continue reading Announcing mbpfan-v1.7.0
D. Graziotin, “Green open access in computer science – an exploratory study on author-based self-archiving awareness, practice, and inhibitors“, ScienceOpen Research, 2014. DOI: 10.14293/A2199-1006.01.SOR-COMPSCI.LZQ19.v1. (OPEN ACCESS). Selected in the journal’s collection Perspectives in Scholarly Publishing.
D. Graziotin, “An author-based review of the Journal of Open Research Software”, The Winnower, vol 1, pp. e140326.62772, 2014. DOI: 10.15200/winn.140326.62772. (OPEN ACCESS)