Here you can find information on PID Hackthons that are being organized.
We are looking forward to welcoming attendees to the first hackathon on discovering the software graph on 4 December 2019. In the post below we have included some resources which you may find helpful. The event will take place from 10am-5pm GMT at the British Library in London.
If you have registered for the hackathon you will have received an invite for the Slack channel, please sign up and introduce yourself to the group. It would also be great if you could contribute what you would like to get out of the workshop and if there is a particular question you would like to answer.
Some of the topics we are thinking of covering include:
- How big is the current software graph?
- How much has the software graph grown over time?
- How many software DOIs have more than one version?
If you are attending remotely, it would be good to also know what times you think you will be there - so please add that to your Slack response too. Remote participation details will be sent around soon.
See you in London in a few weeks!
Here are some resources you may find useful before, during or after the hackathon. Feel free to add more things that you find useful in replies below.
- PID Graph Jupyter Notebooks https://github.com/datacite/notebooks/tree/master/pid-graph
- DataCite GraphQL API Guidance https://support.datacite.org/docs/datacite-graphql-api-guide
- DataCite GraphQL API https://api.datacite.org/graphql
- User stories relating to the PID Graph https://www.pidforum.org/tags/pid-graph
- Hackathon Guidance https://hackathon.guide/