This repo contains materials about things I am publicly committed to.
I pledge to observe the following principles in my knowledge-related professional and volunteering activities:
- only engage in activities where I see sufficient societal benefit;
- publicly document my insights into the societal benefits of activities that take up a major part of my time;
- take measures to minimize the likelihood that engagement in these activities is detrimental to the health or well-being of myself or others;
- share my gratitude and appreciation for providers of and contributors to resources that I find relevant;
- encourage open participation, scrutiny and repurposing of the processes and workflows underlying my activities;
- release public outputs of my activities under an open license, and under the CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication (CC0 1.0) if I am the sole contributor;
- present these principles as my starting point when negotiating collaborations with others;
- maintain a list of frequently asked questions (FAQ) related to activities covered by these principles;
- allow for exceptions, and feed data about them into future versions of these principles;
- review these principles and the associated FAQ at least annually and refine them as necessary.
- Scholia about me
- Forks of this repo
- My annual resolutions
- I have some more notes on pledges over at Daniel-Mietchen/ideas#736 and https://github.com/Daniel-Mietchen/datascience/blob/master/pledges.md that I will incorporate here over time as appropriate.
- Paper: How do researchers approach societal impact?
- Micro-practices as a complement to modular value elements, e.g. as per Value-forming micro-practices of managerial coaching
- No, it’s not The Incentives—it’s you