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13
September
2019

Re: [software-source-code-ig][scid] [scid] Software Source Code activities this fall (Was: Re: ...

by Tovo Rabemanantsoa

On 9/13/19 9:44 AM, andrew treloar via Software Source Code Hi, I won't be able to attend the Hackaton too but will be in Helsinki. So, since I'm a newcomer, I'd be glad to meet members of the WG/IG there. Cheers -- Tovo J. Rabemanantsoa IT Manager Quality correspondent INRA - UMR ISPA [Interactions Sol Plante Atmosphère] Villenave d'Ornon - Gironde, France +33 5 57 12 24 09
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13
September
2019

Software Source Code activities this fall (Was: Re: [software-source-code-ig] Plenary 14)

by Roberto Di Cosmo

Hi Tovo, all, as Julia said, it was not clear that one of the group chairs would be able to attend P14, so we did not submit a proposal for the IG meeting. For the SCID working group, which is a joint effort with FORCE11, after the Philadelphia kickoff at P13 this time the meeting will be at FORCE2019 in Edimbourgh, where we organize a full day hackaton, see: https://force2019.sched.com/event/U2pI/research-software-hackathon
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06
September
2019

Guidelines for archiving and referencing (research) software in Software Heritage

by Roberto Di Cosmo

Dear all, one of the core goals of Software Heritage is to support reproducible research, and to this end it provides two essential and unique functionalities: - a *universal archive* of software source code, because research software depends on a myriad software components, that need all be archived and referenced - a *uniform identifier schema* that abstracts away the details of source code provenance and version control, based on *intrinsic identifiers* that are *compatible with git commit hashes *
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05
September
2019

[softwarecitation][SCID][software-source-code-ig] Hackathon on October 15th FORCE19

by Morane Gruenpeter

Dear all, We are happy to announce that a full day hackathon about Research Software has been accepted to the Force2019 [1] conference and it will be held on Oct. 15th 2019 in Edinburgh [2] . The main theme will be about “Making software a first-class citizen in the scholarly world” [3] and we hope bringing together a large group of stakeholders who are actively working to improve the status of research software in the scholarly environment. This is a great opportunity for FORCE11 Software Citation Implementation WG
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11
June
2019

Attributing and Referencing Research Software: Best Practices and Outlook from Inria

by Roberto Di Cosmo

Dear all, I'm delighted to share with you the following article containing the first results of a working group that has been studying the complex issues one has to face when taking into account software as a first class research output: "Attributing and Referencing Research Software: Best Practices and Outlook from Inria" available from https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02135891v1 This article, currently submitted to a journal, is a contribution to the ongoing
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24
May
2019

RDA Plenary 14th in Finland: Registration is Open and other Details!

by Julie Arteza

Dear members of the Software Source Code Identification WG,
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13
May
2019

[scid] Your contribution is needed to document the state of the art of Software SC identifiers

by Morane Gruenpeter

Dear all, My apologies, if you get this email multiple times due to your affiliation to more than one group.
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03
April
2019

Slides of Source Code Identification WG now online!

by Roberto Di Cosmo

Dear all, many thanks for the active participation and discussion during the kickoff of our Working Group in today's breakout session at Plenary 13. The slides presented during the session are now available online in our file repository, and you can get them here: https://www.rd-alliance.org/node/59857/repository This includes: - the presentation on ASCL by Alice Allen - the slides of my presentation (updated with a few more references)
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27
March
2019

Our session is coming: April 3rd, 14:30, Congress C!

by Roberto Di Cosmo

Dear all, our working group will have its kickoff on April 3rd, at 14:30 in room Congress C, see you there in a few days! 14:30 - 16:00 *Breakout 5 * - *WG - * Software Source Code: Why and How Do We Care?
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