We are happy to announce that a full day hackathon about Research Software
has been accepted to the Force2019  conference and it will be held on
Oct. 15th 2019 in Edinburgh  .
The main theme will be about “Making software a first-class citizen in the
scholarly world”  and we hope bringing together a large group of
stakeholders who are actively working to improve the status of research
software in the scholarly environment.
This is a great opportunity for FORCE11 Software Citation Implementation WG
and the joint FORCE11 & RDA Software Source Code Identification WG, to get
together and discuss, design and implement solutions.
The activities will be organized around 2-4 segments from the following
list, depending on the interests of the participants:
Identifiers for software
Granularity of identification
Correspondence between different identifier schemas
Hacking the software citation graph
Metadata mapping (CodeMeta)
Connections with WikiData
Guidelines and checklists
Policies and incentives
National research bodies
It would be helpful to know, if you intend on coming.
You are welcome to suggest subjects and activities on specific tracks or as
separate issues here .
Morane Ottilia GRUENPETER
Software engineer and metadata specialist for
Software Heritage http://www.softwareheritage.org
office phone: 01 80 49 44 49
personal website: http://moranegg.github.io/
 FORCE2019 description and registration:
 FORCE2019 schedule: https://force2019.sched.com/
 Hackathon description on the SCID WG repository:
[softwarecitation][SCID][software-source-code-ig] Hackathon on October 15th FORCE19
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