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Starting with education, inception of research questions, planning, acquisition, analysis and reporting, there are multiple points where Open Science should play a role. In my presentation at the CuttingEEG conference in Paris, I argue that we should not only be sharing primary outcomes as Open Access publications, but that openness involves the full research cycle. Specifically, I will be sharing my experience with Open Data, privacy challenges and possibilities under the GDPR, Open Source for sharing analysis methods, dealing with imperfections in science and versioning of data, code and results. Finally, I will introduce BIDS for EEG, a new effort to increase the impact of shared and well-documented EEG data.