There are 9 on-site seats remaining for the Data and Software Preservation Quality Tools free pre-plenary PresQT Workshop to be held Monday, Sept 18 2-6 PM . The workshop is a free co-located event at the 10th Plenary in Montreal.
Members of the Preservation e-Infrastructure Interest Group are welcome to attend. We recommend registering for on-site seats as we are capped at 40. Both virtual and on-site registration options are available and the workshop offers a remote participation option.
Target Audience: We seek input from domain researchers, data curators, repository managers, librarians, software developers, workflow tool developers, data scientists and editors/publishers.
Workshop participants will explore system architecture alternatives, discuss user experience opportunities, and prioritize functional requirements for proposed tools to inform technical and administrative implementation plans for open source Data and Software Preservation Quality Tools that can be jointly developed by interested parties.
The workshop's parent project, PresQT, engages stakeholders in a collaborative planning effort to enhance reproducibility and more open sharing of research data through open source development of a Research Data & Software Preservation Quality Tool.
We hope to see you in Montreal or online,
John Wang, Sandra Gesing, Rick Johnson, and Natalie Meyers
contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Preservation Quality Tool (PresQT) project has been funded in whole or in part with funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), award number LG-72-16-0122-16.