Next Up on Nodes

Immediate priorities (Q1-Q2 2023)

  • Finalise ROR and ORCID integration and source edit to add collaborators and affiliations based on PID registries

  • Invite flow to collaborate privately with your co-authors in your workflow area

  • Finalise support for citation formats (BIBTEX)

  • Fix support for hosted jupyter notebooks

  • Node PID implants into preprints/postprints for portability across platforms

  • Fix annotation tools

On the Horizon


Node IDE

  • Redesign IDE backend to work from IPFS

  • Use Node IDE as default data preview engine

Compute to data

  • Store and manage CID-based compute outputs and their metadata in Nodes

Node PID-based import

  • Support PID-based import of datasets

  • Support PID-based import of inference APIs from huggingface and replicate

Machine actionability

  • Implement dPID resolution to the machine-actionable, self-describing JSON LD data model.

  • Embedding-based approach for Node components and vector database

  • Machine extraction of authors, affiliations, and grant information with PID matching

Mobile experience

  • Minimum mobile experience: Research Object component aggregator.

More In-browser support for interactive research artefacts

  • Add support for rendering images and video components

Node Drive API-based data retrieval integrations

Permission and identity management

  • Simplify identity management and identity verification

  • Enable community recovery of Node versioning right token

  • Implement delegation of versioning rights

Verifiable attestation and plural curation

  • Implement Git primitives in Nodes (e.g. fork request)

  • Implement badging system

    • Add support for OSF, ACM, DeSci Foundation badges, and custom badges

Gateways for publishers, funders, organisations and libraries

  • Custom portals for Nodes with whitelisted users, tools for content curation and discovery (e.g. browse and search, featuring specific Nodes on the landing page), and advanced features for organizations (e.g. analytics, integration with other software systems such as CRIS)

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