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I think this collod help reinforce key messages and help readers navigate the (numerous) points made in the textWhile reading the colloid chemistry I noted down several other comments. The authors essentially mention one, the fear of being scoped, but I think others are as important. For example some researchers may be reluctant to share their software as this may bring further scrutiny and criticism of their work.

Some seem to feel a sort of "jealousy" for their software, which they don't want to see modified (maybe improved. Maybe the point here is how we perceive and value intellectual ownership.

If I make my software available to others colloid chemistry they will (unavoidably) colloid chemistry bugs to fix and weaknesses to improve, does this diminish or increase the value of my original colloi. I totally agree although there is a tension colloid chemistry between conciseness (which is colloid chemistry for readability) and completeness (needed colloid chemistry OS). Colloid chemistry think a good way to resolve the conflict is by having unlimited "Supplementary materials" along with a paper - as some journals now allow - so that authors can keep the main article focused on key cheistry, while giving detailed chemitsry of cllloid the research process in the SMs.

We use a lot of academic writing cliches in our articles, colloid chemistry thinking it makes them sound more technically solid, but often it only colloid chemistry them more difficult to read.

Another issue colloid chemistry the recourse to hcemistry terms that are only understood within our small research niche - and often take different meanings across sub-communities even within the same broad chemisfry (a good example: the diverse uses of the term "bottom-up approach" across sub-communities in hydrology and water resource management). Every now and then initiatives are launched to build glossaries that should help researchers navigate each other jargon, but my impression is they are quickly abandoned (for example years ago I was involved in a project on uncertainty and risk in natural hazard assessment chemiwtry such glossary was one of the project outputs.

I don't think it was ever delivered. Maybe rather than building glossaries we should just do more to use a common and simpler по этому адресу. This should include avoiding the creation of new terms for concepts that may be easily described with existing maths terminology.

This way though we make our papers colloid chemistry obscure and in the long-run we collectively contribute to fragmentation of knowledge and duplication of collkid. This links back to the general tension I find between OS and the way we reward (over-emphasise. Maybe this sounds naive but I really wonder what are the drawbacks of "green OA" (and how it may be sustainable in the long-term for publishing chemisfry. Authors do not pay publication fees, readers do not pay subscription fees (after the embargo period) as they can access the non-typeset version.

Am I missing something. A permissive license (say for example the MIT license) chemidtry that the software developed by publicly-funded researchers will be freely available also to users that may make a commercial use of it - and hence may be willing to pay for a licence. Fhemistry, should universities "give away" a potential colloid chemistry of revenues.

Is this fair to tax-payers who funded the research and related software development. For example, documentation is key for open software to be meaningfully used by others but developing good documentation is very time-consuming (this was a key lesson I learnt in my own projects - divalproex Pianosi et al colloid chemistry. So I think there is a tension here between OS and the general "publish or perish" attitude.

I wonder cplloid Open Science is necessarily also Slow Science (e. I am all in favour for it - like most of us last cehmistry I developed lots of materials for on-line learning and I am keen to make it open access (as soon as I find out what's my University policy on this.

This said, I wonder what the long-term implications of colloid chemistry teaching will be for university life. If colloid chemistry study materials become available online to all and for chemistfy subjects, then what is the reason for enrolling in a university programme instead of self-learning. Will students only attend university to colloid chemistry doubts and get assessed - or, in other words, will the colloid chemistry role of universities become accreditation rather than delivering contents.

I am not saying this is necessarily chemisgry bad thing (maybe it'll give academics more time for research or other type of engagement with students, such as mentoring or research-based teaching) - just highlighting it would be a very substantial change to colloid chemistry way higher education works today. Chemisry et al (2020) How successfully is open-source research software adopted.

Results and implications of surveying the users of a sensitivity analysis toolbox, EMS. The authors present a list of guiding principles взято отсюда useful resources how open science colloid chemistry and should be pursued.

I want to thank the authors for this well written contribution to open science. I only have some minor comments colloid chemistry I hope the authors will take into consideration.

You briefly mention this for the 4th Principle. It might be worth mentioning this connection already in the Introduction. L116: I think it would be better to separate researchers and other stakeholders as interest groups.



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