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|Involving Multilingual Communities||2019/06/28||Community call (teleconference) 🌐||All are welcome||rOpenSci has received a few software peer review submissions from people for whom English is not their first language. As we manage a process that is expanding to include a multilingual community we want to learn from experiences of other organizations.|
|Open Science Through rOpenSci||2019/07/07||Melbourne, Australia 🇦🇺||Melina Vidoni||Join us on this R-Ladies Melbourne meetup, to get to know rOpenSci, and what we do on software peer review!|
|useR!2019||2019/07/09 - 2019/07/12||Toulouse, FR 🇫🇷||Scott Chamberlain , Jenny Bryan , Rich FitzJohn , Ildi Czeller , Thierry Onkelinx , Julia Stewart Lowndes , Hannah Frick||rOpenSci team & community-contributors giving talks|
|Course: Tools for Southern Ocean Spatial Analysis and Modeling||2019/09/02 - 2019/09/06||Brussels, Belgium 🇧🇪||Anton Van de Putte||Course offered in partnership among the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research, rOpenSci, and the Antarctic Biodiversity Portal|
|RSEConUK 2019||2019/09/17||Birmingham, UK 🇬🇧||Anna Krystalli||Poster: pkgreviewr - supporting rOpenSci package reviews through guidance, automation and templating|
|rOpenSci ozunconf19||2019/12/11 - 2019/12/13||Sydney, Australia 🇦🇺||Steph Stammel , Karthik Ram||4th annual rOpenSci ozunconf. Details to come|