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Paper on A Task-Centered Framework for Science Collaborations at e-Science accepted

A paper has been accepted for publication at the eScience conference. In the paper entitled "A Task-Centered Framework for Computationally-Grounded Science Collaborations", the author team (Yolanda Gil, Felix Michel, Varun Ratnakar, Matheus Hauder Christopher Duffy, and Paul Hanson) presents the Organic Data Science framework to support scientific collaborations that revolve around complex science questions that require significant coordination, entice contributors to remain engaged for extended periods of time, and enable continuous growth to accommodate new contributors as the work evolves over time. We discuss how the design of this framework incorporates principles followed by successful on-line communities.  We present initial results to date of several communities that are collaborating using this framework. See [Gi15c]