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Marcio von Muhlen, formuliert in seinem Blog-Artikel “We need a GitHub of Science” im April 2011 folgende Thesen:

  • “Publishing is central to Academia, but its publishing system is outclassed by what Open Source software developers have in GitHub”
  • “GitHub’s success is not just about openness, but also a prestige economy that rewards valuable content producers with credit and attention”
  • “Open Science efforts like arXiv and PLoS ONE should follow GitHub’s lead and embrace the social web”

Von Muhlen greift hier die Quelltext-Hosting-Plattform “GitHub”, u.a. sehr gebräuchlich im Open-Source-Softwareentwicklungsbereich, auf und bringt sie in Verbindung mit dem wissenschaftlichen Publikationssystem. Die Plattform GitHub bietet Dienstleistungen für das Open-Source-Versionskontrollsystem “Git” an.