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Anders Fremstad
Anders Fremstad These papers are interesting. Has anyone here received access to CS data, or has anyone tried to get CS data? It seems that they used to have a process in place for researchers to request data, but that appears to no longer be the case.
10th January
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Airi Lampinen
This might be of interest to some/many of you:

?Productive Negation?: the inaugural issue of the Journal of Peer Production is now published at http://peerproduction.net/issues/issue-1/ /

The Journal of Peer Production scrutinises the contradictions of peer(collaborative) production. It is thus situated in between grassroots initiatives and discussions driven by practitioners and activists and the debates taking place in academia. The inaugural issue's theme, ?Productive negation?, aims to interrogate the role of peer production as a ?work of the negative?, that is to say as a critical force. As the traditional left is struggling to come up with an adequate response to the mounting crisis of the capitalist system, contributors propose a range of interpretations about the relationship between the profit-oriented capitalist mode of production and the commons-based and oriented mode of peer production. The Journal of Peer Production also strives to make a small contribution to the reforming of scientific publishing. Taking a cue from Wikipedia, the journal publishes original article submissions, reviewers' reports, and signals indicating how reviewers perceive the revised article. Our ambition is to make the process of peer reviewing papers more transparent and more effective.
Antti Virolainen
Good idea to start a group. I'd suggest adding also "sharing economy" to the description text so that if people search with that term they find this one, instead of starting a new one. And it seems groups can have tags, so both of those terms as tags too, and maybe the "mesh" also? I can also do that, but probably requires admin rights or something, at least can't find how to edit now.
Juho Makkonen
Also, I added "Master's thesis" to the meta of my thesis, but it doesn't now say it anywhere in the details of the paper in this group. That kind of sucks, without that info it might be difficult for people to figure out what kind of document it is.
Juho Makkonen
It took me a while to find out how you actually add stuff to this group. You need to first add the link/paper/document to your own library, then go there, tick the checkbox before the link and select "Add selected documents to group" from the dropdown above.

I'd say you don't have to add the actual PDFs, just adding a link to the study (or a website referencing the study, if you don't have access to the actual study) should be enough.

Also, I'm not a researcher so I didn't have the patience to fill in all the fields for the documents I add, I just want to be able to really quickly add links to relevant stuff. Is that ok? :)

Airi, any comments on this?
Juho Makkonen
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Airi Lampinen
Welcome, everybody! It's great to see the group growing. Feel free to add relevant content - I'll do the same as soon as I find the time!

(...and if you stumble upon recent articles on Couchsurfing, all tips are warmly welcomed!)
Airi Lampinen
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