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10
November
2020

CURE-FAIR WG at RDA VP16

by Limor Peer

Dear all,   The RDA 16th Plenary meeting is taking place from November 9-12, 2020. The CURE-FAIR Working Group will be participating in Breakout 8 on Thursday November 12, 2020, 9:00 - 10:30 PM UTC in a session on the "current state of curation practices that support computational reproducibility."  
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10
November
2020

[HRPO-FAIR] Participation to RDA VP16

by Celia Alvarez-Romero

Dear all, The RDA Plenary 16 is taking place from November 9-12. Following BoF sessions at the three previous plenaries, the *Raising FAIRness in health data and health research performing organisations Working Group* has now been endorsed and we will be participating through a breakout session on *Thursday 12 November 2020, 5:00 – 6:30 PM UTC*. This will be our first session as a WG and we invite you to join us! To know more about our meeting objectives and agenda, please visit
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02
November
2020

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

by Morane Gruenpeter

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 [1] where the Software Code Identification WG output will be presented. - FAIR software roadmap BOF meeting [2]
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27
October
2020

[request for input] Challenges with computational reproducibility

by Limor Peer

Dear All, A quick reminder that we are seeking your input: We invite you to share your pain-point stories relating to computational reproducibility (i.e., the ability to repeat the analysis and arrive at the same results). Whether you are a researcher, data manager, repository manager, publisher, or otherwise involved in the research enterprise -- we want to hear about your experiences!
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23
October
2020

EOSC document on Scholarly Infrastructures for Research Software now open for public consultation

by Roberto Di Cosmo

[ message sent to CURE-FAIR WG, PID IG, SSC IG, SCID WG, and FAIR4RS WG ] Dear all, as many of you surely know already, the EOSC
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08
October
2020

Collecting stories about challenges with computational reproducibility

by Limor Peer

The RDA CURE-FAIR Working Group (Subgroup 3 - Challenges) is gathering user stories to better understand the particular challenges for all those who are involved in making computational reproducibility possible or attempting computational reproducibility. The goal is to provide a set of guidelines for preparing materials to better achieve this.  
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16
September
2020

Community meeting (10 September 2020) recording and links

by Limor Peer

Please see the following materials from the CURE-FAIR WG community meetings on 10 September 2020:
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03
September
2020

Invitation to community meeting(s) to kick-off CURE-FAIR WG, September 10, 2020

by Limor Peer

The CURE-FAIR WG is inviting members and interested groups to a community meeting to learn more about our group and how to engage with our goals.  
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27
August
2020

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

by Morane Gruenpeter

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.
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07
August
2020

Session Proposal Submission

by Jamie Lupo-Petta

  Dear CURE-FAIR WG members, thank you for your session proposal for Virtual Plenary 16 titled “Current state of curation practices that support computational reproducibility”.      
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