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  1. Jul 2020
    1. The key to successfully creating reusable components using both render props and scoped slots is being able to correctly separate behavior from presentation. Each time you create a new UI component, think “What is the core behavior of this component? Can I use this anywhere else?”
  2. May 2020
    1. There are no plans to deprecate the REST API. To reduce the technical burden of supporting two APIs in parallel, they should share implementations as much as possible.
  3. Apr 2020
    1. Take a moment to consider the alternative. No, not the IT department's fantasy world, that never-gonna-happen scenario where you create a strong, unique password for every account, memorize each one, and refresh them every few months. We both know it's not like that. The reality is that in your attempts to handle all those passwords yourself, you will commit the cardinal sin of reusing some. That is actually far more risky than using a password manager. If a single site that uses this password falls, every account that uses it is compromised.
    1. Password reuse is a serious problem because of the many password leaks that occur each year, even on large websites. When your password leaks, malicious individuals have an email address, username, and password combination they can try on other websites. If you use the same login information everywhere, a leak at one website could give people access to all your accounts. If someone gains access to your email account in this way, they could use password-reset links to access other websites, like your online banking or PayPal account.
    1. More information on the CC license compatibility chart https://wiki.creativecommons.org/wiki/Wiki/cc_license_compatibility

      The compatibility chart is an excellent resource for visually identifying the scope of resuse. Most importantly, this chart shows the product of remixing licenses. This is another resource that will be employed for future reference.

  4. Mar 2020
    1. it comes down to opportunities for code reuse. Will your system re-use more code if you use WordPress and its very usable admin area, myriad of available plugins and themes? Or can you re-use more code by harnessing the object-oriented design, DSLs and good software development practices mecca that is Ruby, Rails and the available libraries and tools?
  5. Dec 2019
  6. May 2019
    1. Bloggers can bundle, but making Tweets look like Tweets is actually pretty difficult for normal people and even for geeks like me.

      This has been handled pretty well on a couple of platforms (Wordpress, the late lamented Storify, etc). Does anyone know whether it was fixed more on the Twitter API side or more on the bundling tool side? It's interesting to think that forms of information are more or less bundle-able (reactive or inert, in the atomic metaphor) and that this can be controlled as much by the publisher as by the remixer.

  7. Oct 2017
    1. Investment in data curation and governance is essential and often substantial

      important for reuse and reusability, among other things

    2. importance of data discoverability: an informatics issue that was not considered by WWARN's designers in the initial phase, when it was assumed that access for external users would be limited to the summary data shown on the WWARN Explorer. Discoverability - the ability of potential outside users to find the data set and easily understand what it contains - is critical if the data are to be reused by any investigator with a legitimate research question that may be addressed by data held in the resource. WWARN took care to develop data management tools that included a full audit trail for the variables that they standardised.

      tools and standards again

    3. “We have to change the conversation to: data sharing is a given. If you don't want to share you have to take action yourself to opt out, instead of putting the onus onto people to make sharing happen. If we did it the other way around, people would quickly find data sharing is not as bad as they thought and we'd make progress much faster.”

      Important points

    4. In mid-2016, the WWARN board began to discuss changes to the terms of submission that would allow researchers to grant access to their data in perpetuity if they chose, rather than be recontacted for every use. Access requests would be considered by an independent Data Access Committee. This committee was constituted under the auspices of the WHO's Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR) in April 2017

      facilitating reuse

  8. Sep 2017
  9. Sep 2015
    1. (B) Dyn labeling in dyn-IRES-cre x Ai9-tdTomato compared to in situ images from the Allen Institute for Brain Science in a sagittal section highlighting presence of dyn in the striatum, the hippocampus, BNST, amygdala, hippocampus, and substantia nigra. All images show tdTomato (red) and Nissl (blue) staining.(C) Coronal section highlighting dynorphinergic cell labeling in the NAc as compared to the Allen Institute for Brain Science.

      Allen Brain Institute

    1. Because cue-evoked DA release developed throughout learning, we examined whether DA release correlated with conditioned-approach behavior. Figure 1E and table S1 show that the ratio of the CS-related DA release to the reward-related DA release was significantly (r2 = 0.68; P = 0.0005) correlated with number of CS nosepokes in a conditioning session (also see fig. S4).

      single trial analysis

  10. Jan 2014
    1. Data reuse. Respondents were asked to indicate whether they have the sole responsibility for approving access to their data. Of those who answered this question, 43% (n=545) have the sole responsibility for all their datasets, 37% (n=466) have for some of their datasets, and 21% (n=266) do not have the sole responsibility.