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Re: Communication on Debian Science Was: (Re: New Debian Science metapackages (Was: debian-science_0.16_amd64.changes ACCEPTED into unstable))

actually this paper is the one which  I had in mind while sticking my
head out with the "paper" suggestion + Science journal as a distant but
IMHO feasible target.  This paper shows that there is some
interest among editorial boards of such journals to cover problems of
open computing/reproducibility;  nearly absent mentioning of integrated
science-oriented platforms which would help addressing at least some of
the issues mentioned in the paper suggested me growing demand for
"Scientific Debian" paper.


so let's kick start it -- would anyone mind

1. LaTeX

2. debian-science GIT repo


On Wed, 18 Apr 2012, Jan Groenewald wrote:
>      > - some short high-level tech-review paper to be submitted to some
>    > � relatively well known journal (not sure if we could aim at Science ;-)
>    Here is a recent one:
>    �[2]http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v482/n7386/full/nature10836.html

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