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Sustainability through Community: ffmprovisr and the Case for Collaborative Knowledge Transfer

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  1. Andrew Weaver

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Description: Short paper (Best First Time Contribution Award Winner)

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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The Best First Time Contribution Award (a trophy, a certificate and registration and a contribution to travel to attend iPRES at some point in the next three years – Beijing 2020, Urbana Champaign 2021 or Glasgow 2022) went to Andrew Weaver of Washington State University for his work on ‘Sustainability through Community: ffmprovisr and the Case for Collaborative Knowledge Transfer‘ which Andrew co...

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