Survey on perceptions of FAIR principles for research software

09 Nov 2020
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Dear Software Source Code IG members,
As you may be aware, a new joint RDA/ReSA/FORCE11 working group on FAIR for Research Software (FAIR4RS) has started, and will be presenting some of its work at the RDA VP16 Plenary.
The FAIR4RS group is running a survey to gather people’s perceptions of how the FAIR principles can be applied to software:
The survey should take about 15-20 minutes to complete fully, however, we are also interested in getting your opinions on one particular set of questions / principle if you have less time available.
If you are joining the RDA VP16 plenary, you can attend the FAIR4RS WG session for updates (check the time in your location).
Best regards,
Neil Chue Hong MPhys FBCS (he/him)
Director, Software Sustainability Institute and Senior Research Fellow, EPCC
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Open Research Software
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