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Comments to Jean-Claude Burgelman’s article Politics and Open Science: How the European Open Science Cloud Became Reality (the Untold Story)—The twin challenge of the hard-core change and the cultural shift. The role of the Chorus in the Greek drama
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Abstract: Jean Claude Burgelman’s article is an important chapter of the Open Science history as not simply an insider but the main actor of the Greek Drama. Following his narrative, I will write my observations about the real main actor of any Greek drama: the Chorus. The Greek Drama is driven by the Chorus, representing the community, led by the coryphaeus, often more than just one. The face of the chorus members is covered by a mask to impersonalize the faces and allow for different roles. The chorus divides the different scenes and moves the story forward. In the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) drama the different camps and leading personalities were the chorus and coryphaeus.
Keywords: Open Science; Jean Claude Burgelman; European Open Science Cloud (EOSC); cultural shift
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Herczog, E.: Comments to Jean-Claude Burgelman’s article Politics and Open Science: How the European Open Science Cloud became reality (the untold story)—The twin challenge of the hard-core change and the cultural shift. The role of the Chorus in the Greek drama. Data Intelligence. 3(1), 20-23 (2021). doi: 10.1162/dint_a_00070
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