[CODATA-international] Fwd: Software credit, giant squids, free coffee and amazing discussions!

CODATA ED simon at codata.org
Mon Sep 21 04:27:36 EDT 2015

Participation in this workshop may be of interest to UK and Eiuropean-based subscribers to this list.  The fact it is happening will likely be of interest to all subscribers to this international list.

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> From: Software Sustainability Institute <info at software.ac.uk>
> Subject: Software credit, giant squids, free coffee and amazing discussions!
> Date: 21 September 2015 09:59:38 CEST
> To: <execdir at codata.org>
> Reply-To: Software Sustainability Institute <info at software.ac.uk>
> Register at www.software.ac.uk/software-credit
> Securing credit for research software is the subject of the Software
> Credit Workshop. This is taking place at the Natural History Museum,
> London, UK on the 19th October 2015.
> Explore what contributions software can and should make for career
> advancement. Discuss ways in which you see software tools and
> applications supporting the current needs of researchers and software
> developers seeking credit for their involvement  in research software.
> Identify and propose ideas for improving the way software’s
> contribution to better research are connected and how this should
> support appropriate reputational credit for research software
> enablers.
> Join other funders, publishers, software developers, researchers,
> leaders, citation experts and altmetrics visionaries to make your
> thoughts heard and shape the conversation.
> Better software, Better research, Appropriate credit.
> An invitation to participate - find out more and register at
> www.software.ac.uk/software-credit
> Thanks and best
> Shoaib Sufi
> Community Lead
> Software Sustainability Institute
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