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GenR Themes

  • Climate Change
  • Community Science
  • Software Citation
  • Socializing Infrastructures

Civil Society Engagement Seeks Open Science for Rapid Decarbonization!

Opensay, a new open research community, recently launched to bring together civil society organisations and modelling researchers and apply Open Science practices to further 100% decarbonization planning and policy. 'Opensay: open (energy) system analysis community' has come out of the predominantly European 'openmod' open energy modelling community to partner with civil society organizations and bring open analytics practices to a wider audience. 

A Community Science Index

This is a collaboratively made index of resources to accompany the GenR theme 'Post-Digital Community Science' which ran over May/June 2019. The theme blogposts can all be seen here online. The index has been organised to represent a number of areas and questions

Call for Community Review: Software Source Code Identification Working Group

For many decades software and research software has not been cataloged. If someone said we've not cataloged books for the last fifty years you'd think they were crazy — but this is the situation research software has found itself in — with some exceptions. The Software Source Code Identification (SCID) Working Group and its predecessor working groups have been working on ways to identify and cite research software and in effect going forward help create ways to enable cataloging of research software. SCID is looking for feedback on its latest software ID report — the community feedback deadline 17th August.

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