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I've been asked by the PIDapalooza team, to forward this:


PIDs’R’Us and if they’re you, too, please join us for the second PIDapalooza
<https://pidapalooza.org/> in Girona, Spain on January 23-24, for a two-day
celebration of persistent identifiers. Together, we will do the impossible
- make a meeting about persistent identifiers and networked research fun!

Brought to you by California Digital Library, Crossref, DataCite, and
ORCID, this year’s sessions are organized around eight broad topics:


   PID myths

   Achieving persistence

   PIDs for emerging uses

   Legacy PIDs

   Bridging worlds


   PID stories

   Kinds of persistence

The program <https://pidapalooza18.sched.com/> is close to final and
there’s something for everyone - from Do Researchers Need to Care about PID
to Stories from the PID Roadies: Scholix
and from The Bollockschain and other PID Hallucinations
to #ResInfoCitizenshipIs?
<https://pidapalooza18.sched.com/event/Cwmk/resinfocitizenshipis#> There
will also be plenaries by Johanna McEntyre
<http://orcid.org/0000-0002-1611-6935> on As a [biologist] I want to [reuse
and remix data] so that I can [do my research]
and Melissa Haendel <https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9114-8737> (title to be

With more than half the places already booked now’s the time to register
<https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pidapalooza-2018-registration-35176831851> -
we hope to see you there!

Andy Mabbett
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