Good to see James Coyne back to doing what he does best: Loading Tweet... https://twitter.com/statuses/705700302972985344 Loading Tweet... https://twitter.com/statuses/705701030080737284 I take this to mean that he's addressing this as a general issue that scientists should pile onto, regardless of what they think about PACE in particular. But if the data-sharing policy is enforced, the PACE authors must either share the data with Coyne or have their paper retracted. It was November when he asked for the data. He did some time ago mention the idea of organising a general strike of the thousands of PLOS One editors. Maybe this is it.