Group Mailing list Archive

19 Nov 2020

FAIR + Software: decoding the principles on November 23rd at 15.00 CEST.

Dear RDA, FORCE11 & ReSA communities,
I apologize for cross-posting.
The FAIRsFAIR project's first Milestone about software has been published
in October and is now under community review. It has been collaboratively
produced by work package 2 task 2.4 - FAIR services & software and had an
early experts review by the joint RDA/ReSA/FORCE11 FAIR4RS WG steering
Here is the link to the Assessment report on ‘FAIRness of software’
(Gruenpeter et al., 2020)

09 Nov 2020

Survey on perceptions of FAIR principles for research software

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:

02 Nov 2020

[software-source-code-ig][scid][cure-fair][fair4rs][softwarecitation] RDA VP16 software sessions

Dear RDA & FORCE11 communities,
I apologize for cross-posting.
Software has become a hot subject in the RDA community and there will be 6
different sessions about software or code during the next RDA Plenary
(VP16) held next week between November 9 and 12 virtually in Costa Rica.
Here are the sessions you should note if you are interested in software:
- Software Source Code IG meeting
where the Software Code Identification WG output will be presented.
- FAIR software roadmap BOF meeting

27 Aug 2020

[Extend community review] SCID WG's output: use cases and identifiers schemes for persistent software source code identification

The joint RDA and FORCE11 Software Source Code Identification WG has produced the conclusive output: use cases and identifiers schemes for persistent software source code identification.

21 May 2020

National Information Standards Organization seeks feedback on reproducibility badging

Over the last year, the National Information Standards Organization (NISO) has convened a reproducibility badging working group formed of representatives from publishers, professional societies, and the research community. This has included Neil Chue Hong from this RDA WG.