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09
July
2021

Re: [software-source-code-ig][scid][cure-fair][fair4rs] Breaking news: Software and Software Heritage in the new National Plan for Open Science in France

by Roberto Di Cosmo

Thanks Victoria, we still have a long path in front of us, but an engagement at Ministry level like this will open quite a few doors: let's keep up the good work. A non official translation of the original french document is now available at: https://www.ouvrirlascience.fr/second-national-plan-for-open-science/ Despite the imperfect english, it is well worth reading in detail: it contains a wealth of measures that cover all areas of Open Science. Best
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07
July
2021

Breaking news: Software and Software Heritage in the new National Plan for Open Science in France

by Roberto Di Cosmo

Dear all, I am delighted to share a great breaking news: yesterday afternoon the French Ministry of Research unveiled the second multi-annual National Plan for Open Science in France, that squarely puts software on a par with publications and data in research and Open Science, and announces a number of measures designed to open research software and better recognize software development in research. The official document is available online from the website of the French Ministry of Research
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11
June
2021

FAIR Principles for Research Software (FAIR4RS Principles) for Community Review

by Paula Andrea Martinez

To our colleagues interested in FAIR4RS, *Apologies for cross posting, feel free to share this invitation*
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07
June
2021

RDA VP17 - Recording Available

by Limor Peer

Dear CURE-FAIR WG members, A recording of the Working Group's Progress Update session at VP17 is now available. See the full program for links to all VP17 sessions. Best, Limor Peer CURE-FAIR WG Co-Chair
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31
May
2021

[CodeMeta] We need you! provide feedback for CodeMeta v3.0 before June 15

by Morane Gruenpeter

Dear all, Apologies for cross-posting. I'm writing to you today to get your feedback on a software metadata matter on the CodeMeta repository . If you haven't heard about the CodeMeta project and vocabulary, CodeMeta is a subset of schema.org classes SoftwareSourceCode and SoftwareApplications, providing additional properties for research software. CodeMeta vocabulary is in a json-ld format and developers can use a codemeta.json file to insert metadata in their repository. This metadata
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17
May
2021

Of possible interest: Data CuRe Fellows Call for Application

by Limor Peer

***With apologies for cross-posting*** Data CuRe Fellows: Call for application (2021-2022 Academic Year)
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20
April
2021

RDA VP17 session CURE-FAIR WG: Progress Update (Breakout 5; repeat Breakout 9)

by Limor Peer

The CURE-FAIR WG session at the 17th Plenary of the RDA will take place on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at 15:00 - 16:30 (UTC) Breakout 5.
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07
April
2021

[hrpo-fair] Invitation to join us at the next HRPO-FAIR working group meeting at RDA VP17

by Celia Alvarez-Romero

Dear All, We are writing to you due to your past interest in this WG through attendance at one of the previous three birds-of-a-feather (BoF) sessions that were held in RDA P13, P14 and VP15 and its official launch as a WG at VP16, or if you have corresponded with us through other channels. We have organised a session at the upcoming RDA VP17 and which we cordially invite you to attend: our session "WG on Raising FAIRness in health data and health research performing organisations" has been
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19
March
2021

Of possible interest: “Taking the Pulse" on reproducibility

by Limor Peer

Of possible interest to CURE-FAIR WG members: The ACM Emerging Interest Group on Reproducibility and Replicability aims to foster a broad and inclusive intellectual community around the issues of reproducibility of computational research. The group is co-chaired by Victoria Stodden and Philippe Bonnet.
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19
March
2021

WG Report on CURE-FAIR Challenges Available for Community Review

by Limor Peer

Dear colleagues, We're pleased to announce that the first interim output of the CURE-FAIR WG is now available. The report, "Challenges of Curating for Reproducible and FAIR Research Output," was created by subgroup 3 on CURE-FAIR Challenges, and it will be open for community review via Google Docs until April 2, 2021.
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