Open Licensing - Essential skills for reproducible research computing

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"In an October 2015 interview, Prof. Barba addresses why she advocates so strongly for open-source technology in research and education. She explains: "Free and open-source software (FOSS) is a human invention of tremendous impact. It poses an alternative to intellectual-property instruments that are limiting and want to control how a creative work is used. Open-source licenses allow people to coordinate their work freely, within the confines of copyright law, while making access and wide distribution a priority. I’ve always thought that this is fundamentally aligned with the method of science, where we value academic freedom and wide dissemination of scientific findings.""


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06/11/2018, 14:37

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06/11/2018, 10:37