[Neuroimaging] scivatar? Re: Journal articles based on PRs
Chris Filo Gorgolewski
krzysztof.gorgolewski at gmail.com
Thu Apr 21 12:36:18 EDT 2016
This seems a little bit of an overkill to me... We just used Google forms
and sheets to collect and organize authors data.
I'll transfer the mappings to mailmap at some point.
On Apr 21, 2016 8:28 AM, "Yaroslav Halchenko" <lists at onerussian.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 21 Apr 2016, Chris Filo Gorgolewski wrote:
> > BTW -- have you looked into some Zenodo API to be able to modify the
> > record automagically?A then may be for each release the order of
> > authors
> > could be generated automagically e.g. by sorting according to some
> > metric since previous release (as bad as # of commits and/or lines
> > of code touched), followed by the rest of the authors in the order
> as in
> > the previous release.A A So the order would then be quite
> > may
> > be the last X contributors (seniors) could be selected from those
> > on overall (not just between releases) value of the metric, also
> > joggling/looping through the releases.
> > not an ideal, but imho viable way... what do you think?
> > Yup - this exactly what we are planning to do.
> > IT did require some manual
> > curation (we have over 100 contributors) to figure out real names,
> > affiliations and ORCID for everyone.
> I guess it might/should be somehow "integrated" with .mailmap you
> already carry. I guess, ideally, there should be some helper
> project/script (may be you have started already smth, don't see
> mentioning of orcid in nipype git repo) which would take some
> definition like
> 'name': 'Full Name',
> 'email': 'email at example.com',
> 'git_ids': [
> 'bla <bu at bleh>',
> 'orcid': 'XXXX',
> 'senior': True,
> 'homepage': 'http:///',
> 'twitter': '...',
> 'gravatar': 'email',
> 1. senior -- probably to still maintain some dedication for senior
> authors to rotate at the end ;)
> 2. social media pointers etc might come handy if such a list later used
> to generate a sphinx page for the project's webpage.
> and then it to be used for adjusting/generating zenodo entry and
> updating/generataing .mailmap file for the repository.
> FURTHER IDEA: Moreover, may be it is worth maintaining such a DB
> shared among multiple projects! ;) and/or providing a service later
> which given a list of git_ids would provide relevant selection and/or
> end file (e.g. .mailmap, sphinx page, ...).
> Should we initiate such a beast if you haven't done so yet? ;)
> Perspective names:
> - scidevs -- problematic since taken already https://github.com/scidevs
> - scivatar
> - scimune (scientific commune)
> ? (meanwhile reserved gh organizations for the last two ;) )
> Yaroslav O. Halchenko
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