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21 Nov 2019
21:32:30@cadair:cadair.comCadairwe have no idea what if anything will break in 4
21:35:42@blalterman:matrix.orgBen Altermanthis is getting all sorts of weird
26 Nov 2019
16:34:45@cadair:cadair.comCadairchanged room power levels.
16:47:50@wtbarnes:matrix.orgwtbarnes@room Applications for Python in Astronomy 2020 are now open! The conference will be held from 20 - 24 April 2020 at Trinity College, Dublin. You can apply here: https://forms.gle/mtdm6QKENdY8Y1Ph9. More information about the conference is available here: http://openastronomy.org/pyastro/2020/
27 Nov 2019
16:21:09@DanRyan37:matrix.orgDanRyan37 Thanks wtbarnes
2 Dec 2019
15:32:49@namurphy:matrix.orgNick Murphy Hi everyone - a friendly reminder that we're having a telecon today in about half an hour at this Zoom link. It'll be at 11 am EST/9 am MST.
15:33:15@namurphy:matrix.orgNick MurphyMeeting ID: 395 871 054 One tap mobile +16699006833,,395871054# US (San Jose) +16465588656,,395871054# US (New York) Dial by your location +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose) +1 646 558 8656 US (New York) Meeting ID: 395 871 054 Find your local number: https://cuboulder.zoom.us/u/ab3XRN96S2
15:35:09@namurphy:matrix.orgNick Murphy * Hi everyone - a friendly reminder that we're having a telecon today in about half an hour at this Zoom link. It'll be at 11 am EST/9 am MST.
16:06:51@namurphy:matrix.orgNick Murphy

Here's the list from the email:

Please review the following list of tasks that this developer position could entail, and see if there's anything you think should be added, modified, etc. (much thanks to Jon Vandegriff for putting this list together!):

Serve as science and software technical point of contact for PyHC identity and community building​

​Attend meetings to present PyHC initiatives, give tutorials, engage scientists and developers on techniques and opportunities

Look for funding opportunities to recommend to members

Coordinate any extended summer school or tutorial sessions

Develop and maintain the list of compliance criteria for code inclusion or association with PyHC; also help submitters fill out their compliance levels on each criteria

Help HDEE-funded proposers with integration of disparate efforts, adherence to standards, technical packaging and coding issues; possible be included as funded collaborator of some/most/many/all HDEE-funded efforts

Stay active on the chat channel(s) to help with sessions

Stay connected to other related Python efforts
5 Dec 2019
03:15:24@blalterman:matrix.orgBen AltermanWas a PyHC lunch date set for AGU?
03:37:54@juliebarnum:matrix.orgJulie Barnum (LASP-CU)Tuesday
6 Dec 2019
16:40:31@scivision:matrix.orgMichael HirschHas PyHC discussed using the citation.cff file format in projects as a standard way to put citable metadata? https://zenodo.org/record/3515946 https://citation-file-format.github.io/
18:05:43@lkilcommons:matrix.orglkilcommons Michael Hirsch: That is very interesting to know about, thanks Michael. I can't speak for PyHC, but I personally find that reference very helpful :-)
18:21:48@namurphy:matrix.orgNick Murphy There's also the CodeMeta Project, which was recommended by the librarian here at the CfA.
18:23:30@scivision:matrix.orgMichael HirschYes I have been using Readme.markdown DOI badges, but I notice that people are citing via URL rather than DOI. If they're not looking at the GitHub page, the DOI badge is not so discoverable to humans.
18:23:49@namurphy:matrix.orgNick Murphy We created a codemeta.json file for PlasmaPy using the CodeMeta creation tool on their website.
18:23:49@scivision:matrix.orgMichael Hirsch * Yes I have been using Readme.markdown DOI badges, but I notice that people are citing via GitHub or PyPi link rather than DOI. If they're not looking at the GitHub page, the DOI badge is not so discoverable to humans.
18:24:23@scivision:matrix.orgMichael HirschNice, I wouldn't mind having multiple metadata files meeting different standards.
18:24:48@scivision:matrix.orgMichael Hirsch * Yes I have been using Readme.markdown DOI badges, but I notice that people are citing via URLrather than DOI. If they're not looking at the GitHub page, the DOI badge is not so discoverable to humans.
18:24:54@scivision:matrix.orgMichael Hirsch * Yes I have been using Readme.markdown DOI badges, but I notice that people are citing via URL rather than DOI. If they're not looking at the GitHub page, the DOI badge is not so discoverable to humans.
18:25:11@namurphy:matrix.orgNick MurphyYeah, on first glance they seem to have related but not identical purposes
18:26:43@scivision:matrix.orgMichael HirschTo mitigate URL citations by others, the manual procedure I've been doing so far is periodically doing Google Scholar searches by package name, and when I find citations without DOI, I put their DOI as "cited by" into my packages' Zenodo metadata.
18:27:36@scivision:matrix.orgMichael Hirsch * To mitigate URL citations by others, the manual procedure I've been doing so far is periodically doing Google Scholar searches by package name, and when I find citations without DOI, I put their DOI as "cited by" into my packages' Zenodo metadata.
18:28:22@scivision:matrix.orgMichael HirschI haven't determined if that "cited by" in Zenodo is automatically picked up by other central DOI resources
18:31:40@namurphy:matrix.orgNick MurphyYeah, no idea about that. I do know that Zenodo records only show up automatically in ADS if a reference in ADS cites it. Otherwise, Zenodo records can be requested to be added to ADS.
18:33:27@namurphy:matrix.orgNick Murphy There's a paper on Software Citation Implementation Challenges on arXiv that discusses the relationship between CFF and CodeMeta files.
18:36:02@namurphy:matrix.orgNick MurphyA general recommendation is that researchers should cite the exact version of the software used (e.g., the DOI for SunPy 1.0.0 for the Zenodo record), which is more important to reproducibility than citing the journal article on the package (though that is important too).
9 Dec 2019
22:42:21@juliebarnum:matrix.orgJulie Barnum (LASP-CU)

Just a reminder for those at AGU that we’ll be having our PyHC lunch tomorrow, Tuesday, December 10th, at 12:30 PM PST. We'll be dining at the B55 Craft House & Kitchen and SOMA Restaurant (located in the San Francisco Marriott Marquis hotel).

Restaurant website: http://www.sfmarquis.com/b55-craft-house-kitchen

If you need to get ahold of myself or Alex, feel free to shoot either of us an email, put a message on Riot directed at one of us, or, you can get ahold of me personally on my cell at 573-434-9417 (let me know your first/last name if you text me, please :) ).

10 Dec 2019
18:06:20@namurphy:matrix.orgNick MurphyI hope everyone has fun at the PyHC lunch at AGU today!
18:07:13@namurphy:matrix.orgNick Murphy(I would have gone, but the session I proposed on cartography in ancient Greek mythology wasn't accepted. I was going to call it The Iliad and Geodesy.).

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