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How to support open-source software and stay sane
Anna Nowogrodzki, Nature 571, 133-134 (2019), doi: 10.1038/d41586-019-02046-0
Releasing lab-built open-source software often involves a mountain of unforeseen work for the developers.
A bunch of relevant links from the Software Sustainability Institute July 5 newsletter:
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The CDI Software Development Cluster is led by Guy, Michelle , Ladino, Cassandra C. , and Newson, Jeremy K. .
Not sure why, but a lot of software-related links passing through my inbox lately:
Checklist for a Software Management Plan
A Software Management Plan (SMP) can help you to define a set of structures and goals to understand your research software including what you are going to develop; who the software is for (even if it is just for yourself); how you will deliver your software to its intended users; how it will help them; and how you will assess whether it has helped them, and contributed to research, in the ways that you intended. An SMP also helps you to understand how you can support those who wish to, or do, use your research software; how your software relates to other artefacts in your research ecosystem; and how you will ensure that your software remains available beyond the lifetime of your current project.
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