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@yogthos nice!

Have a look at the curated #OpenScience list, that was recently extensively updated by @VictorVenema

Making a call to all #Fediverse to suggest more great open #science and #OpenData resources, so we can make the list more #delightful and help promote the field even further.

Add your issue or PR to the repository at:

codeberg.org/teaserbot-labs/de

The delightful list is also available as web page via @yarmo delightful club:

delightful.club/delightful-ope

Sharing appreciated 🙏

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@humanetech I had a blog post posted there once. It was only up for somethig like half an hour (are there moderators that delete posts? It was on topic, iirc.), but it produced more pageviews than a normal month.

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@VictorVenema

HN is deceptively simple but has a lot of moderation code under the hoods. Mostly a single moderator (@ dang) is visibly active.

You can read more here: github.com/minimaxir/hacker-ne

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