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Proposal submitted…

27 November 2007 14 Comments

Enough said. Thanks to everyone who helped. I will reflect on the process at a later stage and will put the complete proposal up as soon as I can. If anyone wants to send letters of support or get involved don’t feel that you’ve missed the boat. Whether the money comes up or not we ought to be doing something along these lines and I can always include more material when we reply to referee’s comments.

Cheers

Cameron


  • I certainly agree that no matter what the outcome of the funding, other options should definitely be studied.

    The collaboration while composing the document was a true sign of the willingness of a wide spectrum of scientists to make open science a common practice.
    Count me in for anything I may be of assistance.

  • I certainly agree that no matter what the outcome of the funding, other options should definitely be studied.

    The collaboration while composing the document was a true sign of the willingness of a wide spectrum of scientists to make open science a common practice.
    Count me in for anything I may be of assistance.

  • Maybe I missed it but for a future attempt consider also posting a link to the guidelines.
    I know that EMBL students got a Marie Curie fellowship to pay for the organization of the student conferences for a few years. You could have a look at those calls too (even if EU funding is a real mess :).

  • Maybe I missed it but for a future attempt consider also posting a link to the guidelines.
    I know that EMBL students got a Marie Curie fellowship to pay for the organization of the student conferences for a few years. You could have a look at those calls too (even if EU funding is a real mess :).

  • With some others, I intend to organise an event at NeSC taking an in-depth look at the use of Web 2.0 tools in e-Science. The idea would be to have a mixture of case studies, hands-on tutorials and some looking into the future, spread over several days. Please drop me a note if you’re interested.

  • With some others, I intend to organise an event at NeSC taking an in-depth look at the use of Web 2.0 tools in e-Science. The idea would be to have a mixture of case studies, hands-on tutorials and some looking into the future, spread over several days. Please drop me a note if you’re interested.

  • Got to be the fastest proposal turnaround I’ve ever been involved with.

  • Got to be the fastest proposal turnaround I’ve ever been involved with.

  • @Mat: I reckon 5 days is pretty good all things considered. It was a bit mad but I will try to post on the experience soon.

    @Pedro: yes good point on the guidelines. I did at one point havea link in the proposal text to the guidelines but I should have made that more explicit and consistent. One of the real benefits I found was having many eyes on the proposal, so having some people go over it from the guidelines perspective would have been good as well.

  • @Mat: I reckon 5 days is pretty good all things considered. It was a bit mad but I will try to post on the experience soon.

    @Pedro: yes good point on the guidelines. I did at one point havea link in the proposal text to the guidelines but I should have made that more explicit and consistent. One of the real benefits I found was having many eyes on the proposal, so having some people go over it from the guidelines perspective would have been good as well.

  • Dave, that sounds very useful and I would certainly be interested in taking part. Will drop you an email.

  • Dave, that sounds very useful and I would certainly be interested in taking part. Will drop you an email.

  • Joseph She

    Good luck with that!

  • Joseph She

    Good luck with that!