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This assessment will vary depending on our respective backgrounds, but I assume we will be able to identify some recurring features in the open science history of individuals, organizations, research fields, projects and other actors.

Looking forward to what will emerge when we share our experiences.

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Plate Tectonics Revolution

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plate_Tectonics_Revolution

Apparently the origin of this theory was the social innovation of international researchers sharing huge amounts of data. I have not seen a contemporary record which thought the data sharing was significant but lately I am seeing people post in retrospect that sharing data was.

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