Just arrived at CERN Geneva for a Pre-GOSH session with Shannon Dosemagen, Jenny Molloy, Anna Lowe, Luis Felipe and Greg Austic and Francois Grey. Tom Igoe and more local people will join us tomorrow.
The idea of the three day meeting (2-4 March) here at the place where GOSH2016 happened is to prepare a more technical roadmap separately from the manifesto. The primary goal of this roadmap is to have an impact (boom) on major science organizations – both funders and labs – by outlining clearly the many benefits of OSH for conventional science institutions, while detailing the remaining challenges facing its wider uptake.
Here is our working document:
If you want to contribute, discuss or report from other Pre-Gosh events going on, please use this thread.
From rainy Geneva,