I am receiving tons of questions on Zenodo and what to upload there: I have started to put them down in a specific FAQ section in the redmine.
Please check them out!
Some of you have reported on problems in uploading documents in Zenodo Blue-Action community.
Please make sure you follow these steps:
1) Log into Zenodo: no login, no upload.
2) You need to go to the Upload community, https://www.zenodo.org/deposit/new?c=blue-actionh2020
3) Choose file, it must be in PDF, max 50 GB, try to avoid long titles with spaces in between.
4) Click on “Start upload”,
5) Under “Progress” it should show the % of the upload: if you have troubles here and it gives you error, please try to upload the file another time/another day, the system seem to be under stress at the moment… If you are experiencing technical problems, please do not send messages to me, but contact Zenodo directly: http://about.zenodo.org/contact/
6) When everything (all fields) are completed, click on "Publish".
7) As a curator, I will receive a message that a new record has been added to the Blue-Ac tion community and I will be asked to “approve” it. Thus it is not automatic that you see the record as soon as you upload it.
Thank you so much!
The Annual Meeting will take place on 27-28-29 November 2018 in Costa da Caparica, Almada (PT)
The event will start at 9 am on Tuesday 27 November 2018.
Wed 28 November will be a full day for the breakout sessions.
The event will close at 12 noon on Thursday 29 November 2018.
A draft agenda will be made available soon on the redmine WIKI https://code.mpimet.mpg.de/projects/bg10/wiki/Annual_Meeting_2019_27-29_November_2018_Almada_(PT)?parent=Annual_meetings
SAVE THE DATE!
this is a very important message related to our first Progress Report to the European Commission.
Read carefully the instructions below!
This reporting includes a progress (activity) and a financial report. The reporting period covers the period 1 Dec 2016-31 May 2018 (month 1 to month 18).
This consists of a three component:
a) Description of the activities implemented at TASK level, full track of work done/objectives achieved/impacts achieved in terms of deliverables, milestones: Give evidence of what has been done, achieved, and long-term planning. Please do not repeat the content of the Deliverables/Milestones in the documents again, just refer to them, they will also be made available to the reviewers.
b) The full list of dissemination activities at WP level this means each WP should report on the progress achieved PER TASKS on the first 18 months with links to the Zenodo records where the presentations have been uploaded (Are they in Zenodo www.zenodo.org??? They have to! If not, please check out these guidelines: Wiki> Use of Zenodo)
c) Update of the data management plan at WP level. The document was drafted in month 3, this version need to updated now. This is to be updated.
Submission: WP leaders collect the information from the partners on implementation of tasks, dissemination activities of the PIs, data management and send the report to Coordination.
Internal deadline to deliver the draft to the coordination by 15 June 2018 to the Project Office (Chiara).
Template available in the redmine (WIKI>European Commission Review)
A full financial report for each partner organization is due to the EC by 31 July 2018. The reporting period covers the period 1 Dec 2016-31 May 2018 (month 1 to month 18).
Submission by each partner organisation (financial officers) to Coordinator via the Participant Portal by this deadline.
Deadline for delivery to the EC is by 31 July 2018 at the latest!
Templates in the Participant Portal.
Please do not hesitate to ask questions if you are in doubt!
- Large data support: changed type of gridsize from 32 to 64-bit integer
- remapbil, remapbic, remapnn, remapdis: optimized by changing point search method
- Fldstat, Vertstat: added option weight=false to disable weighting
- option -r doesn't work [Bug #8334]
- enspctl: changed parameter type from int to float [Bug #8386]
- segfault with chained operators on timeseries data [Bug #8230]
- setattribute: added support for \n in text attributes
- expr: removed character [LlDd] from definition of float constants
Let's circulate this among our networks please:
Climate-bio geochemistry prediction position at Univ. Bergen
Deadline is the 4th May 2018!
Your Project Office
Dear Blue-Action colleagues,
We have been asked to circulate this request to all Blue-Action scientists by the project INTAROS.
This survey addresses Arctic in-situ observations of the ocean, atmosphere, terrestrial sphere and cryosphere, retrieved through established networks/observing systems as well as individual large projects.
Scope of the survey
To collect the information needed to assess the existing Arctic in-situ observing systems in terms of data delivery chain, accessibility, and spatial-temporal coverage.
Why is important?
The repository of the answers will enhance the visibility of the assessed data, and will facilitate data discovery for stakeholders and data users.
Link to the survey
Please reply to the survey here: [[https://intaros.nersc.no/node/651]]
Please read carefully the definitions, scope and contents on this page before starting the survey.
We are pleased to announce the public opening of the INTAROS questionnaire to survey the characteristics of the existing in-situ Arctic observing systems (questionnaire A). National and international institutions, agencies, and projects that have been (or are still) collecting in situ observations from fixed or mobile, permanent or temporary platforms in the Arctic are invited to answer to the questionnaire. The received answers will integrate those provided by the INTAROS partners, will be placed in an open access repository, and will be used to assess the Arctic observing system and analyze its gaps. The assessment is in line with the assessments of climate data record and of measurement series done under the FP7 CORE-CLIMAX project and the H2020 GAIA-CLIM project, respectively. The repository of the answers will enhance the visibility of the assessed data, and will facilitate data discovery for stakeholders and data users.
In case of questions or comments, please contact: intaros-quest @ nersc.no
What will happen:
- upgrade of the Subversion server
- renaming of the Subversion server
- Tuesday, April 10th, 8 am - 9:30 am
Who/What is affected:
- Subversion on the server has been upgraded to v1.8
- The machine has been renamed to
What to do after the maintenance:If you are still using SVN repositories, then you should prepare them for future use:
- You might need to accept a new SSL server certificate after
$ svn update Updating '.': Error validating server certificate for 'https://svn.zmaw.de:443': - The certificate is not issued by a trusted authority. Use the fingerprint to validate the certificate manually! Certificate information: - Hostname: svn.mpimet.mpg.de - Valid: from Apr 6 12:26:43 2018 GMT until Jul 9 12:26:43 2020 GMT - Issuer: Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Muenchen, Bayern, DE - Fingerprint: 87:7E:34:73:AC:47:C8:0A:CA:D1:48:27:90:B9:2F:DB:8F:31:29:2C
- The repositories might need to be upgraded:
$ svn upgrade
- if you are still using SVN repositories, then these repositories might need to be relocated using
svn relocateafter the maintenance, e.g. for repository
$ svn relocate https://svn.mpimet.mpg.de/svn/libmtime
we have updated the list of publications acknowledging the Blue-Action project:
- In the redmine: https://code.mpimet.mpg.de/projects/bg10/wiki/Blue-Action_publications_and_other_publications
- In the website: http://www.blue-action.eu/index.php?id=4120
You can edit the redmine if you need to add there a publication. Please follow the instructions on the top of the redmine page.
You do not know how to acknowledge Blue-Action?
Please check the instructions below:
1) Acknowledge Blue-Action in the credits of your article with the following sentence "_This article has been co-funded by Blue-Action. Blue-Action project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 727852_" or "_This research was supported by the Blue-Action project (European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, grant number: 727852)_"
2) Please make sure that open access is granted to this publication. See the rules for open access of this journal here:Rules for open access
3) Inform Chiara Bearzotti <email@example.com> and Raeanne Miller 'Raeanne Miller' <Raeanne.Miller@sams.ac.uk> about your publication.
The Project Office
We need to improve the tracking of what we do in our project, in terms of events we organise/contribute to and in terms of dissemination.
- We have been uploading some guidelines on the use of the redmine: how to edit pages, edit events, how to look up for a meeting... Please check them out and work activelzy with the redmine to share resources and materials with your colleagues: https://code.mpimet.mpg.de/projects/bg10/wiki/Use_of_the_intranet
- Do you have presentations or posters acknowledging Blue-Action? Please upload them directly in Zenodo!
We do not use our website or the redmine as an archive for dissemination, we use Zenodo!
How to upload your dissemination materials there:
- Go to to this link https://www.zenodo.org/communities/blue-actionh2020/edit/
- Log in (with GitHubor ORCID or create a new account)
- Go to the UPLOAD URL: https://www.zenodo.org/communities/blue-actionh2020/edit/
- Follow the instructions & complete all the fields.
At the end of the process, Zenodo will notify Chiara about your new record linked to the Blue-Action community: Chiara has to approved it in order to add it to the Blue-Action collection.
What kind of items we all need to upload in Zenodo? See the picture here attached with the list.
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