I always believed that with Open Data, Open Source, and Open Standards I was doing the right thing; that it was enough for a better science. However, I have come to the realization that these features are not enough. Surely, they aid Open collaborations, though not even sufficient there, but they fail horribly in the "scientific method." Because while ODOSOS makes work reproducible, it lacks the context needed by scholars to understand what it solved. That is, it details out in much detail how some scientific question is answered, but not what question that was. As such, it fails to follow the established practices in scholarly research. In this presentation I will show how I should have done some of my research, and ponder on reasons why I had not done so.
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