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23 Mar 2020

Re: [rda-tailresearchdata-ig][rda-libresearchdata][software-source-code-ig] A new(?) aspect of software and the FAIR principles

Andras,
Andras,
Am Montag, 23. März 2020, 10:31:36 CET schrieb andrasholl via Software Source Code IG:
>
> I would like to share some thoughts on FAIR principles and software. I do not
> know how or whether it fits
> the scope of this interest group.
Thank you for your input. I agree with your thoughts and I believe it
fits well in the scope of the Software Source Code IG.
I'd like to add:
ia.) make use of machine readable metadata in the input as much as

23 Mar 2020

A new(?) aspect of software and the FAIR principles

 

Dear Colleagues,

I would like to share some thoughts on FAIR principles and software. I do not know how or whether it fits
the scope of this interest group.

Andras Holl

I think there is an other, maybe neglected aspect of the relation of FAIR principles and software.
Software should not only be FAIR itself, but should support FAIR-ness: let us call it FAIR-supporting or FAIR-friendly.

20 Mar 2020

[software-source-code-ig][scid] The CodeMeta generator

Hi all,
After a successful SSC IG meeting today, I am also happy to share some good
news:
Software Heritage has contributed the CodeMeta Generator to the community,
and we are excited to continue collaborating on software metadata in the
scholarly ecosystem.
You can read more on our blog post [1
].
We invite you to contribute to the development of this Open Source tool on
the dedicated repository [2
].
If you want to easily create a codemeta.json file, the tool is hosted on
the CodeMeta site [3 ].

17 Mar 2020

Re: [software-source-code-ig][scid] Plenary 15 reading materials FAIR4Software session and use cases for SCID session

Dear all,
I have some good news, we are maintaining the SSC IG FAIR for software
session(s).
We are planing 2 sessions this week, to accommodate timezones.
Join us :
- (Tonight!) Wednesday March 18th 2.30PM AEDT-GMT+11
https://tinyurl.com/s6ndvz7
or
- Friday March 20th at 12PM CET-GMT+1
https://tinyurl.com/tw98ejf
Notes will be shared for both sessions on this document:

02 Mar 2020

[software-source-code-ig][scid] Plenary 15 reading materials FAIR4Software session and use cases for SCID session

Dear all,
at the next plenary we will have two sessions dedicated to software.
The first session is the Software Source Code IG on FAIR4Software [1] (you
can join remotely on the webinar invite [2])
For this session we have prepared a wiki page[3] with reading materials and
we urge you to take a look before the session.
The second session is the Software Source Code Identification WG on Use
cases for software source code identification [4] (there will be a remote
link closer to the event).

18 Feb 2020

Encouraging a wider usage of software derived from research

Dear all,
I'm delighted to share with you a note recently published by the free and
open source software group of the french national council for Open Science, on
encouraging a wider usage of software resulting from research, that provides an
overview of the specificities of software in research, linked to its hybrid
nature: tool, result and object of study.

13 Jan 2020

[softwarecitation][SCID][software-source-code-ig] The new Software Heritage badge

Hi all,
We are excited to share with you that the Software Heritage badges
(swh-badges) are now available on the archive's web-app, on the permalink
tab.
You can browse the archive's content here:
https://archive.softwareheritage.org/ and get your badge today !!
We detail the complete instructions on our new blog post:
https://www.softwareheritage.org/2020/01/13/the-swh-badges-are-here/.

07 Jan 2020

EGU 2020 ESSI Sessions - Call for Abstracts closing soon

Dear Colleagues
The deadline for EGU abstracts is approaching fast (15 January 2020). The EGU General Assembly 2020 again offers many opportunities to showcase your work in Earth Science Informatics, geoscience instrumentation and geoscience data systems.
In particular, I would like to invite you to submit abstracts to the following sessions:
Leveraging Web Architecture to Scale Metadata to Gigascale
https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2020/session/36045

17 Dec 2019

EGU 2020 ESSI Sessions - Call for Abstracts

Dear Colleagues
After AGU is before EGU, and before you know it, the deadline for EGU abstracts is approaching (15 January 2020). I am pleased to see that the EGU General Assembly 2020 again offers many opportunities to showcase your work in Earth Science Informatics, geoscience instrumentation and geoscience data systems.
In particular, I would like to invite you to submit abstracts to the following sessions:
Leveraging Web Architecture to Scale Metadata to Gigascale

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