Group Mailing list Archive

14 Apr 2022

RDA Plenary 19 Draft Programme Now Available

Dear Group Chairs,
The RDA 19th Plenary draft programme is now available: https://www.rd-alliance.org/rdas-19th-plenary-programme-0. Please note that the Plenary programme is a part of the International Data Week programme that can be accessed at https://www.rd-alliance.org/international-data-week-2022-programme.

25 Mar 2022

RDA Plenary 19 as a part of IDW 2022 - Notification of Acceptance

Dear Chairs of the Software Source Code IG,
The review of your session application for the RDA Plenary 19 (P19) is complete and your application titled Software Source Code - policy and incentives has been accepted. Please consider this your official notification of acceptance. Congratulations!

04 Mar 2022

P19 session proposals submissions

Dear group members, 

Thank you for submitting your session proposal for the Plenary 19 titled ‘Joint session: Supporting FAIR in software’. 

A review of all submitted proposals is now underway. Notifications of sessions acceptance will be sent out by Thursday, 24th March. 

Please contact the RDA Secretariat at enquiries@rd-alliance.org with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your submission.  

Kind regards, 
RDA Secretariat 

04 Mar 2022

P19 session proposals submissions

Dear group members, 

Thank you for submitting your session proposal for the Plenary 19 titled ‘Software Source Code - policy and incentives’. 

A review of all submitted proposals is now underway. Notifications of sessions acceptance will be sent out by Thursday, 24th March. 

Please contact the RDA Secretariat at enquiries@rd-alliance.org with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your submission.  

Kind regards, 
RDA Secretariat 

 

02 Mar 2022

News from OSEC 2022: towards the software pillar of Open Science

Dear all,
many of us have been working for years to raise awareness about the
importance of software as a pillar for (Open) Science. At Software
Heritage, by building the universal archive of software source code, we are
contributing a key common infrastructure for software in Open Science, and
do our best to advance this subject. This appeared clearly during the
celebratory
event on November 30th at UNESCO headquarters

16 Feb 2022

[software-source-code-ig] session application for VP19th

Hello all,
First, let me share with you that the video of the Software-Source-Code IG
VP18 session about reproducibility is now accessible on YouTube:
https://youtu.be/mJ0eDy9GCEU
The reason I'm writing to you today is to get your help with the next
plenary session submission.
We have decided to go with the theme: * international and national policies
regarding software source code.*
If you wish to prepare a short presentation about a national policy in your

27 Jan 2022

Job opportunity in Paris, France - Open Science community manager

Dear software interest/working group members,
We are happy to share that Software Heritage is in search of an *open
science community manager*, this is a 2 to 3 years post.
Deadline: March 31st 2022
The goals for our new open science community-manager are:
- Improve Software Heritage’s outreach around the world
- Strengthen the collaborations with research institutions
- Organize community calls and events (online and hybrid)
- Take part in the development of the ambassador’s program

03 Dec 2021

Software Citation hackathon during FORCE2021

Dear research software community,
This is a short reminder that we have a hackathon next week divided into
two segments:
- Monday at 1PM GMT - 5PM GMT
- Friday at 1PM GMT - 5PM GMT
Here are more details:
https://blog.front-matter.io/posts/join-us-for-the-force2021-hackathon
Don't forget to register on:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/force2021-tickets-94730321943

30 Nov 2021

[software-source-code-ig][scid][cure-fair][fair4rs] Software Heritage 5th anniversary today

Dear RDA & FORCE11 community,
Apologies for cross-posting.
We are celebrating Software Heritage's fifth anniversary and the good news
is that you can follow the event online today (30/11).
The event will be recorded.
Public event (morning of 30/11)
The first part of the day (starting at 9.30 CET) is a formal plenary at the
UNESCO headquarters.
You will be able to follow the event online, by registering on the UNESCO
website on this specific page

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