FAIR software

The FAIR Data principles originated from data management and were created to improve the infrastructure supporting the re-use of scholarly data. In this post, we have collated resources for making software FAIR.

We’re into week 2 of the Research Software Camp: FAIR software. Today, we kick-off the week with a panel discussion on “Approaches to FAIR software: opportunities and barriers.” You can register until 11:30am BST. 

This programme includes the schedule for live sessions as part of the Research Software Camp: FAIR software. Note we are running some workshops in other languages. The language of the workshop is noted between parenthesis.

Photo by Volodymyr Hryshchenko

More information about the panel is coming soon. 

On March 27, FAIR-IMPACT will host a webinar to introduce potential applicants and other interested parties to the open call and provide details about the two support actions on offer.
The FAIR4RS Working Group Steering Committee are pleased to announce the release of version 1.0 of the FAIR Principles for Research Software (FAIR4RS Principles), after about 2 years of work by over 500 people.
The Software Sustainability Institute presented its inaugural Research Software Camp on research accessibility, from Monday 22 February to Friday 5 March 2021. This free online event encompassed live sessions, web resources (such as guides), and social media activities. 
A FAIR4RS Working Group community is inviting the Working Group members and the general public to their first Town Hall of 2021 on 2 February.
By Morane Gruenpeter from Inria research centre in France.
Photo by Finn Hackshaw on Unsplash

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