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Re: Invitation to collaborate on thesis/article writing

From: Amy G <amy@rhiaro.co.uk>
Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2017 22:48:58 +0800
Message-ID: <CAF8MjMH63xCf1zDrQ_f9jFAbELbVk1MeKxgkw9S5=ttNvF9gwA@mail.gmail.com>
To: Atilla Elçi <atilla.elci@gmail.com>
Cc: Valentina Ivanova <valentina.ivanova@liu.se>, Sarven Capadisli <info@csarven.ca>, "semantic-web@w3.org Web" <semantic-web@w3.org>
Well, I started mine on a public Github and will complete it there, so I
guess I'll find out :) I suppose I am leaning on my git commit history to
prove that I authored the content first, even if someone plagiarises it
afterwards.

Relatedly, many universities require or at least strongly prefer that the
thesis is at least in part already published as peer-reviewed papers. How
does this line up?

Amy

On 11 April 2017 at 20:28, Atilla Elçi <atilla.elci@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> Although I sympathize with the cause of this initiative of
> self-publishing, I nevertheless have an intriguing question, call it
> itching feet!
>
> A thesis being a formal document eventually officiated by the respective
> defence jury, what would the opinion of jurers be when faced with a
> manuscript already in public domain. I can think of two issues, one in
> relation to novelty aspect and the other being officiation of the document.
> Novelty aspect relate to likely case that may come up if parts of the
> made-public thesis work gets reworked and published by others before the
> thesis is finally complete. In such a case, novelty aspect of the thesis
> will become questionable. The officiation aspect obviously relates to
> recognition of the "thesis" nature of the writeup by a jury.
>
> Am I on the wrong foot here?
>
> PS: A side issue: in some traditional universities here in Turkey I hear
> that the jury requires the thesis work to be not-published (made public)
> before the jury defence meeting; otherwise rejecting the thesis as being
> "not fresh/original" :)
>
> *Sevgi ve Saygılarımla / Sincerely, *
>
> Atilla Elci, PhD.
>
> *http://www.sinconf.org/ <http://www.sinconf.org/>*
>
> http://aircconline.com/ijma/V9N1/9117ijma04.pdf
>
> http://lightsec16.aksaray.edu.tr/tr
>
> http://bigdata.ieee.org/education/podcasts
>
> https://www.computer.org/web/compsac2017/esas
>
> *https://www.computer.org/cms/compsac/2017/CFP/2017JournalOpps.pdf
> <https://www.computer.org/cms/compsac/2017/CFP/2017JournalOpps.pdf>*
>
> https://www.computer.org/web/compsac2017/journal-publication-opportunities
> <https://www.computer.org/web/compsac2017/journal-publication-opportunities;jsessionid=7ee5cc031d82ab7e103d32d0a68c>
>
> http://tinyurl.com/EducationHandbook
>
> http://aksaray.academia.edu/AtillaEl%C3%A7i
>
> http://lnkd.in/i4RAxn
>
> Chairman, http://eem.aksaray.edu.tr/
>
> On Tue, Apr 11, 2017 at 1:40 PM, Valentina Ivanova <
> valentina.ivanova@liu.se> wrote:
>
>> Great! I will start writing my thesis in two-three months. Will be happy
>> to collaborate!
>>
>> Best
>>
>> Valentina
>>
>> ________________________________________
>> From: Ghislain Atemezing <auguste.atemezing@eurecom.fr>
>> Sent: 11 April 2017 11:21:37
>> To: Sarven Capadisli
>> Cc: semantic-web@w3.org Web
>> Subject: Re: Invitation to collaborate on thesis/article writing
>>
>> Great Sarven! Good luck in this last step on writing up your thesis.
>> Hopefully you will notify us on time to be present during your PhD
>> defense.
>> I already imagine how you are preparing dokieli with more features to
>> capture also that moment :)
>>
>> Best,
>> Ghislain
>>
>> Le 11 avr. 2017 à 10:43, Sarven Capadisli <info@csarven.ca<mailto:info@c
>> sarven.ca>> a écrit :
>>
>> Researchers, researchers, researchers!
>>
>> I am currently in the last stretch of my PhD focusing on writing up the
>> thesis.
>>
>> I will be using dokieli [1] to write mine, and others are already in the
>> process [2]. Many self-publishing examples in the wild [3]. There is
>> also additional help [4, 5].
>>
>> dokieli is a decentralised authoring/publishing application in the Web
>> browser. It also allows inline Web Annotations, and has many other
>> features which utilises native Web standards and technologies. There is
>> no setup. Your Web browser is the only requirement. If you would like to
>> know more about it, see [1] or [6].
>>
>> If you are also in the process of writing your thesis (or any academic
>> article) or thinking about starting in the next months, it would be
>> great to collaborate. We would love to know what your troubles are or
>> feature requests [7].
>>
>> Let's make it so!
>>
>> [1] https://dokie.li/
>> [2] http://dr.amy.gy/
>> [3] https://github.com/linkeddata/dokieli/wiki#examples-in-the-wild
>> [4] https://gitter.im/dokieli/chat
>> [5] https://gitter.im/linkedresearch/chat
>> [6] http://csarven.ca/dokieli-rww
>> [7] https://github.com/linkeddata/dokieli/issues
>>
>> -Sarven
>> http://csarven.ca/#i
>>
>>
>> ---------------------------------------
>> Ghislain A. Atemezing, Ph.D
>> Mail: ghislain.atemezing@gmail.com<mailto:ghislain.atemezing@gmail.com>
>> Web: https://w3id.org/people/gatemezing<http://www.atemezing.org>
>> Twitter: @gatemezing
>> About Me: https://about.me/ghislain.atemezing
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