this article boards a pertinent subject that is increasingly important in modern research. The experiments reported are relevant and concur with previous studies. However, it is not clear why are these experiments classified as a "Community" approach, when it exclusively targets individual behaviour (fitting in the bottom-up framework described in the introduction). It is neither clear how this individual-centric approach propagates upwards in the hierarchies identified.
I also miss some reflection on the influence the "Community" can have on scientific publications. Beyond daily practices, researchers are also reviewers and editors. Each individual researcher can promoting RR not only by practicing it, but also by demanding it in peer review. For instance, when reviewing an article reporting a novel algorithm, the reviewer should demand the necessary materials to run it by her/himself.
Finally I would note that the text would benefit of some further polishing to eliminate some grammar glitches here and there.
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