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RDA Virtual Plenary 17 – Notification of Acceptance

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    Dear Chairs of the Software Source Code IG
    The Technical Advisory Board (TAB) has completed its review of session applications for the RDA Virtual Plenary 17 (VP17) and has accepted your application titled Scholarly infrastructures and quality requirements of software source code. Please consider this your official notification of acceptance. Congratulations!
    TAB has asked the Secretariat to communicate some suggestions to you for improving your session: they suggest clarifying the agenda and the objectives and consider giving a different title. They also suggest demonstrating added value other than FORCE11 and Software Heritage. If you have any questions or concerns regarding these suggestions, or prefer to discuss these suggestions with TAB, please contact your TAB liaison, Gretchen Greene (copied in this email).
    At this time, the Secretariat is scheduling all approved sessions and the draft programme will be published on 12th March. Any requests for changes should be made by 19th March and the final detailed programme with your session time and link to your session page will be published by 23rd March 2021 on the RDA website.
    For this meeting, the organising committee has selected a virtual conference platform to integrate all aspects of the meeting (scheduling, meeting delivery, networking, etc.).
    Information will be provided to you in the upcoming weeks regarding the platform, specifically related to its functionality and available training and support.
    Going forward, please begin planning for your session. As a reminder, there will be some individuals who attend your session who are unfamiliar with your group’s work. We encourage you to keep your session page updated with information about your group, your session and opportunities attendees will have to engage with you and others during the session.
    Please contact us at ***@***.***-foundation.org, or your TAB liaison (as indicated above), if you have any questions about your session.
    Registration for VP17 will soon be going live, please see here for details together with an outline of the registration fees.
    We look forward to your participation at VP17, and on behalf of the RDA TAB and Secretariat, thank you for your ongoing engagement with the RDA.
    All the best,
    RDA Secretariat

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    Thank you for your email, we are delighted to see this session proposal
    accepted, and look forward to a productive meeting at the next RDA VP17.
    All the best

    Roberto Di Cosmo
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    Computer Science Professor
    (on leave at Inria from IRIF/Université de Paris)
    Director
    Software Heritage E-mail : ***@***.***
    INRIA Web : http://www.dicosmo.org
    Bureau C328 Twitter : http://twitter.com/rdicosmo
    2, Rue Simone Iff Tel : +33 1 80 49 44 42
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    On Fri, 26 Feb 2021 at 18:48, Secretariat
    wrote:

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