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Sustainable Software Sustainability Workshop

From March 7 to 9 DANS and SSI organized the Software Sustainability Workshop in The Hague. An overview of the program and links to presentations can be found below.

Program

March 7th, Tuesday
13:00-13:10 Welcome Peter Doorn
13:10-13:20 Opening Neil Chue Hong
13:20-13:40 Introduction to and general background of the Workshop topics, Patrick Aerts
13:40-14:10 Peter Doorn: Does it make sense to apply the FAIR Data Principles to Software?
14:10-14:20 Logistics: splitting in three discussion groups
14:20-16:00 Group discussions on the topic (with break)
16:10-17:00 Presentations of the Group discussions results and Plenary discussion
19:00 Diner, Courtesy of DANS

March 8th, Wednesday
09:00-09:10 Introduction to the day’s discussions Patrick Aerts
09:10-09:40 Roberto di Cosmo: Archiving Software as heritage
09:40-10:10 Marcel Ras: Why we need to involve both the science and cultural sectors
10:10-10:30 Michiel Leenaars: Open Science and source code governance
10:45-12:10 Group discussions on the topic
12:15-12:45 Presentations of the groups, discussion of results and Plenary discussion
13:30-14:00 Patrick Aerts: Setting up a Software Sustainability Infrastructure
14:00-14:15 Teresa Gomez-Diaz and Geneviève Romier: Research software services (+ extra reading material)
14:20-16:00 Group discussions on the topic (with break)
16:10-17:00 Presentations of the Group discussion results and plenary discussion

March 9th, Thursday
09:00-09:10 Peter Doorn: Introduction to the day’s discussions
09:10-09:40 Neil Chue Hong: Setting up a Software Seal of Approval
09:50-12:00 Group discussions on the topic (with break)
13:00-14:00 Presentations of the Group discussion results and plenary discussion
14:00-15:00 Matthew Dovey: Wrap-up, general conclusions and follow up actions

Location

March 7-8: NWO (Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research). Restaurant on March 7: Wokrestaurant Rosarium.
March 9: DANS (Data Archiving and Networked Services).

More information

A report and blog on the workshop will follow soon. Please contact Patrick Aerts for more information.