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Dear Alexander,
Please find my comments inline below.
Dear Alexander,
Please find my comments inline below.
> Dear all,
>
> sorry I missed the last meeting, I was on a writing retreat.
No, problem. We have one meeting today. In case you can’t make it, you are
always more than welcome to join regular monthly meetings.
Dear Alexander,
Please find my comments inline below.
> Dear all,
>
> sorry I missed the last meeting, I was on a writing retreat.
No, problem. We have one meeting today. In case you can’t make it, you are
always more than welcome to join regular monthly meetings.
>
> Cosmetics: We start the charter with (abbreviation) and later
> in the text switch to (full name). Why is that so? I
> consider the second version as uncommon.
Thank you for noticing this. I could not find the exact location of
(full name). I would kindly ask you to mark it in the text
and we will correct this.
Dear Alexander,
Please find my comments inline below.
> Dear all,
>
> sorry I missed the last meeting, I was on a writing retreat.
No, problem. We have one meeting today. In case you can’t make it, you are
always more than welcome to join regular monthly meetings.
>
> Cosmetics: We start the charter with (abbreviation) and later
> in the text switch to (full name). Why is that so? I
> consider the second version as uncommon.
Thank you for noticing this. I could not find the exact location of
(full name). I would kindly ask you to mark it in the text
and we will correct this.
>
> Should we aim for active participants/group chairs from the Global South
> before we proceed?
We discussed Global South extensively in regards to Reviewer’s comments.
Please, see the Etherpad notes
https://etherpad.hu-berlin.de/ep/p/g.b9vQvzly2nMJWI6l$FAIR4RH-1 as well as
Reviewer’s comments. Shortly, we cannot aim for something that we may not
provide at all.
Dear Alexander,
Please find my comments inline below.
> Dear all,
>
> sorry I missed the last meeting, I was on a writing retreat.
No, problem. We have one meeting today. In case you can’t make it, you are
always more than welcome to join regular monthly meetings.
>
> Cosmetics: We start the charter with (abbreviation) and later
> in the text switch to (full name). Why is that so? I
> consider the second version as uncommon.
Thank you for noticing this. I could not find the exact location of
(full name). I would kindly ask you to mark it in the text
and we will correct this.
>
> Should we aim for active participants/group chairs from the Global South
> before we proceed?
We discussed Global South extensively in regards to Reviewer’s comments.
Please, see the Etherpad notes
https://etherpad.hu-berlin.de/ep/p/g.b9vQvzly2nMJWI6l$FAIR4RH-1 as well as
Reviewer’s comments. Shortly, we cannot aim for something that we may not
provide at all.
>
> Where can I read up on the subgroups’ topics? In particular, how do they
> meet our objectives?
Page 6 now incorporates the text on subgroup topics.
Dear Alexander,
Please find my comments inline below.
> Dear all,
>
> sorry I missed the last meeting, I was on a writing retreat.
No, problem. We have one meeting today. In case you can’t make it, you are
always more than welcome to join regular monthly meetings.
>
> Cosmetics: We start the charter with (abbreviation) and later
> in the text switch to (full name). Why is that so? I
> consider the second version as uncommon.
Thank you for noticing this. I could not find the exact location of
(full name). I would kindly ask you to mark it in the text
and we will correct this.
>
> Should we aim for active participants/group chairs from the Global South
> before we proceed?
We discussed Global South extensively in regards to Reviewer’s comments.
Please, see the Etherpad notes
https://etherpad.hu-berlin.de/ep/p/g.b9vQvzly2nMJWI6l$FAIR4RH-1 as well as
Reviewer’s comments. Shortly, we cannot aim for something that we may not
provide at all.
>
> Where can I read up on the subgroups’ topics? In particular, how do they
> meet our objectives?
Page 6 now incorporates the text on subgroup topics.
>
> There seems to be a focus on openness in the charter. That’s nice. But
> isn’t that (one) part of FAIR principles? In particular, I’d consider
> openness one implementation strategy for FAIR principles, once we have the
> principles in place.
We have already agreed on this. Julien added more clearer statement
(please, see page 3).
Dear Alexander,
Please find my comments inline below.
> Dear all,
>
> sorry I missed the last meeting, I was on a writing retreat.
No, problem. We have one meeting today. In case you can’t make it, you are
always more than welcome to join regular monthly meetings.
>
> Cosmetics: We start the charter with (abbreviation) and later
> in the text switch to (full name). Why is that so? I
> consider the second version as uncommon.
Thank you for noticing this. I could not find the exact location of
(full name). I would kindly ask you to mark it in the text
and we will correct this.
>
> Should we aim for active participants/group chairs from the Global South
> before we proceed?
We discussed Global South extensively in regards to Reviewer’s comments.
Please, see the Etherpad notes
https://etherpad.hu-berlin.de/ep/p/g.b9vQvzly2nMJWI6l$FAIR4RH-1 as well as
Reviewer’s comments. Shortly, we cannot aim for something that we may not
provide at all.
>
> Where can I read up on the subgroups’ topics? In particular, how do they
> meet our objectives?
Page 6 now incorporates the text on subgroup topics.
>
> There seems to be a focus on openness in the charter. That’s nice. But
> isn’t that (one) part of FAIR principles? In particular, I’d consider
> openness one implementation strategy for FAIR principles, once we have the
> principles in place.
We have already agreed on this. Julien added more clearer statement
(please, see page 3).
>
> In FAIR4RS there was a subgroup dealing with definition work. I suggest to
> also have such a subgroup to match our objectives.
Thank you for your suggestion. Please, keep in mind that we don’t have a
subgroup and that this is an ongoing activity. While we discussed
Reviewer’s comments, we realized that some risk management (in case
subgroups are not formed) should take place in the Charter. Please, see
page 6.
Dear Alexander,
Please find my comments inline below.
> Dear all,
>
> sorry I missed the last meeting, I was on a writing retreat.
No, problem. We have one meeting today. In case you can’t make it, you are
always more than welcome to join regular monthly meetings.
>
> Cosmetics: We start the charter with (abbreviation) and later
> in the text switch to (full name). Why is that so? I
> consider the second version as uncommon.
Thank you for noticing this. I could not find the exact location of
(full name). I would kindly ask you to mark it in the text
and we will correct this.
>
> Should we aim for active participants/group chairs from the Global South
> before we proceed?
We discussed Global South extensively in regards to Reviewer’s comments.
Please, see the Etherpad notes
https://etherpad.hu-berlin.de/ep/p/g.b9vQvzly2nMJWI6l$FAIR4RH-1 as well as
Reviewer’s comments. Shortly, we cannot aim for something that we may not
provide at all.
>
> Where can I read up on the subgroups’ topics? In particular, how do they
> meet our objectives?
Page 6 now incorporates the text on subgroup topics.
>
> There seems to be a focus on openness in the charter. That’s nice. But
> isn’t that (one) part of FAIR principles? In particular, I’d consider
> openness one implementation strategy for FAIR principles, once we have the
> principles in place.
We have already agreed on this. Julien added more clearer statement
(please, see page 3).
>
> In FAIR4RS there was a subgroup dealing with definition work. I suggest to
> also have such a subgroup to match our objectives.
Thank you for your suggestion. Please, keep in mind that we don’t have a
subgroup and that this is an ongoing activity. While we discussed
Reviewer’s comments, we realized that some risk management (in case
subgroups are not formed) should take place in the Charter. Please, see
page 6.
>
> Sorry if I missed to read anything other than the etherpad and
> presentation.
I hope this helps?
Dear Alexander,
Please find my comments inline below.
> Dear all,
>
> sorry I missed the last meeting, I was on a writing retreat.
No, problem. We have one meeting today. In case you can’t make it, you are
always more than welcome to join regular monthly meetings.
>
> Cosmetics: We start the charter with (abbreviation) and later
> in the text switch to (full name). Why is that so? I
> consider the second version as uncommon.
Thank you for noticing this. I could not find the exact location of
(full name). I would kindly ask you to mark it in the text
and we will correct this.
>
> Should we aim for active participants/group chairs from the Global South
> before we proceed?
We discussed Global South extensively in regards to Reviewer’s comments.
Please, see the Etherpad notes
https://etherpad.hu-berlin.de/ep/p/g.b9vQvzly2nMJWI6l$FAIR4RH-1 as well as
Reviewer’s comments. Shortly, we cannot aim for something that we may not
provide at all.
>
> Where can I read up on the subgroups’ topics? In particular, how do they
> meet our objectives?
Page 6 now incorporates the text on subgroup topics.
>
> There seems to be a focus on openness in the charter. That’s nice. But
> isn’t that (one) part of FAIR principles? In particular, I’d consider
> openness one implementation strategy for FAIR principles, once we have the
> principles in place.
We have already agreed on this. Julien added more clearer statement
(please, see page 3).
>
> In FAIR4RS there was a subgroup dealing with definition work. I suggest to
> also have such a subgroup to match our objectives.
Thank you for your suggestion. Please, keep in mind that we don’t have a
subgroup and that this is an ongoing activity. While we discussed
Reviewer’s comments, we realized that some risk management (in case
subgroups are not formed) should take place in the Charter. Please, see
page 6.
>
> Sorry if I missed to read anything other than the etherpad and
> presentation.
I hope this helps?
>
> Thanks
> Alexander
Kind regards,