SprintCon Oct 21 –​​​​​​​ TIB Hannover

✨ The 1st convention for communities who create open books and knowledge resources. For all those who want to use agile processes to collaboratively work together to harness group wisdom on different types of publications: software documentations, text books, or MOOC modules, etc.

If you want to learn actively, share experiences, and participate in growing our knowledge production skills together, then this convention is for you!

Guest contributions from Adam Hyde @CokoFoundation, Abraham Taherivand @WikimediaDE, and Simon Worthington @Gen_R_ 

Web: https://events.tib.eu/sprintcon2019/

Hashtag: #SprintCon2019

Date and location: October 21, 2019 in Hannover

Registration: Registration is open until August 4 https://events.tib.eu/sprintcon2019/registration-request/

Venue: TIB – Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology, Hannover

Concrete Advice for FAIR Software

Image: Video screen grab from The Leibniz “Mathematical Modeling and Simulation” (MMS) Days 2018 Leipzig, Feb / Mar 2018. (The video can be viewed at the bottom of the article)

This post was originally published in German on the TIB Blog (March 21.2018)

Findability Through Persistent Identifiers

In addition to implementing the FAIR Data Principles for research data there is a need to support the sustainable development, use, and publication of research software. This blog post represents an interim status of the development of these competences.

In addition, it shall introduce a series of articles, which similarly to the already explained FAIR Data Principles for research data (Kraft 2017) will recommend: concrete examples and actions to scientific software projects, summarizes specialist literature (see the bibliography), and also sets goals for our own software projects and those we supports.

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