Hi Bioconductor Support,
Since 2018 I've been interacting with rOpenSci's organizers. For those that don't know, rOpenSci is a non-profit that aims to
make scientific data retrieval reproducible. Over the past seven years we have developed an ecosystem of open source tools, we run annual unconferences, and review community developed software.
(taken from their about page) That is, they are in some ways similar to Bioconductor and that's why they want to build a bridge between the two communities.
Stefanie Butland, their community manager, invited me to be a part of a community call (webinar) on the topic of Maintaining an R Package in order to bring in a little bit of the Bioconductor perspective. They have a pretty nice system where they take questions before hand through a GitHub issue page, so please feel free to chime in. I think that besides the Bioconductor side, I bring in a bit of the CDSB perspective (the work we do to help others in Mexico and Latin America). In any case, feel free to tune in to the webinar (details below) as well as share the information with anyone who might be interested.
☎️Community Call: Maintaining an R Package Talk and Q&A with panel 📆Wed Mar 18, 9AM Pacific 🎤 @juliasilge, @ElinWaring, @astroeringrand, @fellgernon and @sckottie Details: https://ropensci.org/blog/2020/03/04/commcall-mar2020/ ❓Ask questions: https://github.com/ropensci-org/community-calls/issues/5 #rstats
☎️Community Call: Maintaining an R Package— rOpenSci (@rOpenSci) March 4, 2020
Talk and Q&A with panel
📆Wed Mar 18, 9AM Pacific
🎤 @juliasilge, @ElinWaring, @astroeringrand, @fellgernon and @sckottie
❓Ask questions: https://t.co/1tb8O43Myj#rstats pic.twitter.com/TeunkQ10uV