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**Link**: See live schedule **Day/time**: 12:30-14:00 Monday **Abstract**: The Open Scholarship Knowledge Base aims to make knowledge and resources concerning open research more accessible, providing a starting point for researchers looking to adopt transparent research methods. Our goal is to continuously add new material and ideas, and work with the larger open research community to keep track with best practices as they evolve. In this unconference, we would like to discuss how best to setup the OSKB to become a self-sustaining, welcoming, and diverse community. Our goal will be to develop an editorial process that serves these goals, and a governance structure that reflects the open organization we seek to be. Since its inception at SIPS 2019, a small group of volunteers led by the Center for Open Science has collected requirements and developed an initial proposal for the project structure, which we would like to present to interested colleagues, and shape the future of the OSKB together. **Pre-requisites**: None **Slack Channel**: **OSF Project Page**: Important Links And Agenda: - **Unconf notes and checkin**: - **Link to the OSKB**: - **Code of Conduct**:
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