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Invitation to give a lightning talk on granularity

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  • #101872

    Brigitte Mathiak

    Dear members of the group, dear chairs,
    I recently came across your prior work on granularity of software ( and we discussed it within the RDA Data Granularity WG, we are currently establishing.
    This is precisely what we were looking for and I would like to invite someone from this group to give a quick lightning talk concerning this topic at the next virtual plenary Wed 21/4/21 12:45 UTC. 5 to 10 minutes should suffice.
    If there are any questions, please write to me and my fellow co-chairs.
    Brigitte Mathiak

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  • #129534

    Dear Brigitte,
    thank you for your interest in the work done in the Software Source Code
    Identification Working Group, that led to the report you mention.
    Morane Gruenpeter, from my organization, did the heavy lifting of structuring
    and coordinating this effort: she is in Cc: of this mail, and I am sure she
    will be delighted to give a lightning talk.
    I take this occasion to attract your attention to these other works that
    you might find interesting:
    – Pierre Alliez, Roberto Di Cosmo, Benjamin Guedj, Alain Girault, Mohand-Said Hacid, Arnaud Legrand, Nicolas Rougier
    Attributing and Referencing (Research) Software: Best Practices and Outlook From Inria
    Computing in Science Engineering, 22 (1), pp. 39-52, 2020, ISSN: 1558-366X
    Green open access:
    – Roberto Di Cosmo, Jose Benito Gonzalez Lopez, Jean-François Abramatic et al.
    Scholarly Infrastructures for Research Software
    Report from the EOSC SIRS working group
    European Commission. Directorate General for Research and Innovation., 2020, ISBN: 978-92-76-25568-0
    All the best

    Roberto Di Cosmo
    Computer Science Professor
    (on leave at INRIA from IRIF/Université de Paris)
    Software Heritage
    Bureau C328 E-mail : ***@***.***
    2, Rue Simone Iff Web page :
    CS 42112 Twitter :
    75589 Paris Cedex 12 Tel : +33 1 80 49 44 42
    GPG fingerprint 2931 20CE 3A5A 5390 98EC 8BFC FCCA C3BE 39CB 12D3

  • #129533

    Dear Brigitte,
    During VP17, the FAIR4RS WG session is at the same time as the Data
    Granularity WG session.
    I would be delighted to do a lightning talk on the subject for the WG, but
    I can’t on the VP17 session.
    It leaves us with two options,
    1. to get someone else from the Software Source Code Identification WG
    which was involved in the output
    2. have me provide a talk with the data granularity WG on another occasion
    I’m verifying on my end if option 1 is possible and I’m getting back to you

    Morane Ottilia GRUENPETER
    Software engineer and metadata specialist
    Software Heritage
    @INRIA Paris
    personal website:
    On Fri, Mar 19, 2021 at 9:54 AM Roberto Di Cosmo

  • #129532

    Hi Brigitte, hi Morane,
    ok, seeing the agenda and considering the constraints, I can do the
    lightning talk

    Computer Science Professor
    (on leave at Inria from IRIF/Université de Paris)
    Software Heritage E-mail : ***@***.***
    INRIA Web :
    Bureau C328 Twitter :
    2, Rue Simone Iff Tel : +33 1 80 49 44 42
    CS 42112
    75589 Paris Cedex 12
    GPG fingerprint 2931 20CE 3A5A 5390 98EC 8BFC FCCA C3BE 39CB 12D3
    On Fri, 19 Mar 2021 at 10:12, moraneottilia via FAIR for Research Software
    (FAIR4RS) WG wrote:

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