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Collect ideas for inaugural National Health Equity Hackathon #966

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Daniel-Mietchen opened this Issue Sep 15, 2018 · 4 comments

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Daniel-Mietchen commented Sep 15, 2018

as per Daniel-Mietchen/events#472 .

From an email I sent to the organisers, who had contacted WikiProject Med:

I am open to help
with this hackathon remotely.
My list of Wikidata-related hackathon ideas sits at
https://github.com/Daniel-Mietchen/ideas/issues?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=is%3Aissue+is%3Aopen+label%3Ahackathon+label%3AWikidata+

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Daniel-Mietchen commented Sep 15, 2018

some more thoughts on this, from a related email thread:

My favourite from the list you've seen:

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Daniel-Mietchen commented Sep 15, 2018

Another suggestion from the first email thread was to work on https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Internet-in-a-Box .

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Daniel-Mietchen commented Sep 15, 2018

Another possibility that I find interesting is to revisit the "Analyze all Jupyter notebooks mentioned in PMC" thread (#2) and build a pipeline to do this in PAWS, so that a running version of such notebooks could be referenced from places like Wikipedia articles and thus be brought to a wider audience, who would thus have a simpler means to engage with (computational) reproducibility, or the lack thereof, as well as the need for documentation and metadata.

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Daniel-Mietchen commented Oct 24, 2018

The event is over now, and I have no feedback as to what they have done or whether any of these ideas were even considered.

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