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Kirstine's bookmarks 2021-08-04


In November 2018, the Committee for Open Science set up a ‘free and open source software group’, or the GPLO for short.

The creation of this group was based on a simple observation – that software is at the core of research and that open source practices are one of the founding elements of open science. The GPLO’s mission is to help the committee support the development of free and open software in scientific communities as such software is considered to be a pillar of open science.



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Date tagged:

08/04/2021, 07:12

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08/04/2021, 03:12