Yesterday DataCite and ePIC co-hosted the workshop Persistent Identifiers: Enabling Services for Data Intensive Research. Below is a short summary of the tweets, all using the hashtag #pid_paris.
Emerging theme: the number of PID solutions is overwhelming to researchers. What we need to provide are reliable suggestions. #pid_paris(???) September 21, 2015
The last tweet shows the views from the reception. If you have any questions or comments about the event, use the hashtag #pid_paris on Twitter, or use the comments of this blog.
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