I am worried about Wuletawu being worried about the steep path in doing reproducible research. However, taking inspiration from Tim-Berners Lee five star/steps into open data I tried to implement a similar five steps sequence for RR:
@ Do not wait! Make your stuff available on the Web (whatever format) under an open license^1.
@@ Make it available with documentation (e.g. a README file for any data set and for any model)
@@@ Provide examples of runs, and give some reference. Structure your documentation. Include figures and their making.
@@@@ Use URLs and providers like Github to store code and data, so people can point at your stuff, and browse it freely^2
@@@@@ Maintain a user group (and answer to questions when asked). Provide any run you do on the web with the appropriate metadata^3,4.
Then you start to be a professional of RR and you can face more complex task, and using structured tools like those presented in the COURSERA classes brought to my attention by Wuletawu.
1- Same as Tim Berners-Lee - Waiting to have it in better shape will delays the publication forever, and your contribution will be lost (like tears in rain).
2 - Almost the same as in Tim Berners-Lee