in reference to:
The Blue Obelisk movement was established in 2005 at the 229th National Meeting of the American Chemistry Society as a response to the lack of Open Data, Open Standards and Open Source (ODOSOS) in chemistry. While other scientific disciplines such as physics, biology and astronomy (to name a few) were embracing new ways of doing science and reaping the benefits of community efforts, there was little if any innovation in the field of chemistry and scientific progress was actively hampered by the lack of access to data and tools.
This is a TEST. I have now added the H. notifier account to the list, OLCCSTU@ualr.edu and have posted this email to the group OLCCSTU. The list has all OLCC facilitators, but to date, none of them have joined this H. (Hypothes.is) group.
If you are a faciliator and get this, would you send me a private email. It is a closed H. group, and you are not a member, and so I am not sure you can see the comment, and I am a member of both the OLCCSTU list and the OLCCSTU H. group, so I can't test this myself.