The Future of Research Communications and e-Scholarship

Open Licensing and Open-Source

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Effective date – 20 Jan 2022

Where possible all software used in the making of the FORCE11 website is Free and Open Source Software (FOSS), and all content is open licensed — primarily as Creative Commons (unless otherwise stated): Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0) and remains copyright of the respective authors.

Software FORCE11 uses GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 3, 29 June 2007 https://github.com/force11/website/blob/master/LICENSE.md

You can find us on GitHub and for chat on Slack.

Ongoing development (>2022) is managed by the FORCE11 Website Committee, lead Simon Worthington @mrchristian99See: https://github.com/force11/website/wiki

Support

adhesive_bandage Support: Raise a ticket via email: contact-project+force11-website-23189747-issue-@incoming.gitlab.com

bug Bugs / Issues: Raise a GitHub issue

orange_circle Chat: Have a question then head over to our #Slack channel

email e-mail: site-contact@force11.org

Open-Source software

  • WordPress
    • Worpress frameworks: Elementor, and; Publishing Press
  • Buddy Press and Humanities Commons plugins
  • CiviCRM
  • Git

Code contributions

See CONTRIBUTING.md on Github.

Open content and fonts

Credits and thanks you

  • Project lead 2021 site build Simon Worthington – FORCE11 board member and volunteer.
  • Thank you to FORCE11 Board of Directors for input and support.
  • Drupal to WordPress migration and site build 2021. Thank you to RunStop for database migration from Drupal to WordPress; to Avco for consultancy and technical configuration, and; to Interpunct for full-stack web design and UX.
  • Web hosting Siteground, USA and Germany.

Guides and inspiration

Documentation and development

FORCE2022 Sponsors

The FORCE11 community thanks the following organizations for their financial support of the
FORCE2022 annual conference.