Thanks for your reply @nuritzi! I would also love to get more psychologists involved in FLOSS The Open Science movement that it currently active already helps a bit with that. One of the components is to make science more transparent and accessible - and you can’t get more transparent and accesible than open source software
Well. I do have stuff on behavior change, if you’re interested, but it’s usually considerably less entertaining and accessible than TED talks One thing is an Open Access book I’m writing with a friend – and hosting right here in GitLab pages! – called the Book of Behavior Change (https://bookofbehaviorchange.com). But we’re still working on it, so very ‘drafty’ for now! Other resources are https://effectivebehaviorchange.com, where I collected links to a series of Open Access articles with practical tips/guidelines. If you have a specific use case, we can always chat about that. Since humans are kind of complicated, and behave in complicated, extensive environments, behavior change can quickly become overwhelming, so having concrete examples helps
Regarding night-life related risks, it really depends on your interests. I’m involved in a think tank where we conduct a Multi Criteria Decision Analysis to compare different policies for MDMA, the drug (for which we’re using one of the few GitLab repos I set to private). That’s not out yet, but that’s a lot of fun and interesting, I think. So I’ll happily point you in that direction once we decided to go public (we were planning an event for that, but then Corona happened )
Anyway Thank you for your interest!
You seem involved in super-interesting projects, too! Didn’t know about the GitLab for Open Source project, or CHAOSS. CHAOSS looks fascinating - something I could (probably, should ) learn a lot about! So thank you for the (effortless, but still ) link!!!