@engrxiv I forgot to say that a very good repository is , based on . Under 50 GB stored, it's usually no problem (ask them); you seem to fit comfortably.

If you open a "community" there, you get your own OAI-PMH and all the essentials of an .

You also get integration with for free, which is useful to deposit all the previously published literature.

Please spread the word among the other COS repositories!

RT @Thaliane_K@twitter.com

Ô surprise: après avoir incité à la création de micro-entreprise par la promesse de cotisations réduites, le gouvernement retire la réduction, avec effet non seulement immédiat mais rétroactif ! twitter.com/lefildactu1/status

🐦🔗: twitter.com/Thaliane_K/status/

RT @LeamSpaArtGall@twitter.activitypub.actor
The perfect date... 🌹

Ah there is the "Semantic Web Journal" by IOS Press which recently switched to full-OA, but there is a 500 EUR APC. It seems to be the best option so far… semantic-web-journal.org/

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Looking for a / information retrieval conference or journal with proceedings. Any suggestions? I can only find Springer and Elsevier things…

Tired, voice almost gone, but your #SoftwareFreedom energy level is at 150%? You were probably at #FOSDEM too.

Just casually wasting two hours maintaining toollabs projects because it's 2020 and MySQL cannot deal with UTF-8 properly. If only I could use Postgres…

I'll be presenting our work in the Reconciliation Community Group at the group in the University of , tomorrow at 12. Excited to discover this mecca of the !


: créer une association loi de 1901 est gratuit depuis le premier janvier.

Exit les 44€ de publication au JO.


The French government switched to Matrix, the German government evaluates free, open and federated messaging solutions, Nextcloud Talk became a great Slack replacement, public authorities in Germany consider a mass exodus from Twitter & Co after EuGH ruling, next stop Mastodon... Seems like we have both, the (political) momentum and the technology to make 2020 a great year for the free & open internet!
#Matrix #XMPP #Nextcloud #Mastodon #Germany #France

Hey all, quick question: Are there any really good insightful videos/lectures/articles on open source business models out there? I've been dwelling over the statement that the service/support-based model is not sustainable for a few weeks and all the expert opinions I heard so far just resolve to shifting away from open source licensing in some form or another. Example: invidio.us/watch?v=T_UM5PYk9NA
#opensource #freesoftware #softwaredevelopment #foss

Zentralblatt going open access: euro-math-soc.eu/news/19/12/17

I mostly use a mix of Google Scholar (for searching), MathSciNet (for more targeted searches, reviews, and high-quality bibtex), and DBLP (for bibtex of CS papers not in MathSciNet) but maybe this will convince me to add ZB into the mix.

I think I'll go to 2020, hoping to talk about in the "Open Research Tools" track: research-fosdem.github.io/. Anyone else planning to be around?

@o0karen0o Thank you for bringing this up. I think the increasing number of services offered only to people who agree to install random apps is a big issue. I recently visited a city where a lot of people are using rented electric scooters (and it could have been helpful to use one for me too), but all these services seem to require apps, although just a web browser (or even sms, like with trams in some countries) should have been perfectly fine.

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