Posted by: kubke | January 28, 2010

What did Science Online 2010 and Linux.conf.au 2010 have in common?

I told you on my previous post that my short disappearance had to do with my attending two conferences. One was Science Online 2010 in the USA, the other was linux.conf.au 2010 in Wellington. I learned heaps of stuff on both, and I will hopefully be able to share some of that with you over time.

But where did both intersect?

My fellow twitterer @br3nda approached me at linux.conf.au and asked me how the Tui project was going, followed by a “when will you start a dinosaur project?”. Well, funnily enough, I heard all about the Open Dinosaur Project at Science Online 2010, where I had the chance to meet and chat with Andrew Farke, one of the people behind this great citizen science project.

I encourage you to visit their site and consider contributing to it as well.

And hopefully, I will soon get around finishing the list of wonderful citizen science projects that are popping up all over the place to share with all of you.

In the meantime we all still keep looking forward your data.

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