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Software Citation Principles (Published 2016)

This paper has been published in PeerJ Computer Science. Please cite it as: Smith AM, Katz DS, Niemeyer KE, FORCE11 Software Citation Working Group. (2016) Software Citation Principles. PeerJ Computer Science 2:e86. DOI: 10.7717/peerj-cs.86   ARFON M. SMITH1, DANIEL S. KATZ2, KYLE E. NIEMEYER3, AND THE FORCE11 SOFTWARE CITATION WORKING GROUP Corresponding author: Daniel S. Katz2,

Force 2016: Transforming Research One Re-tweet At a Time

In the age of memes, GIFs and the internet of things, knowledge sharing has drastically changed. The second we throw content into the web, we bare our souls before multitudes of strangers and hope for the best. Will they read it? Will they care? A like. A retweet! Fantastic. They're engaging, and it feels good! But suddenly…silence.

May the FORCE11 be with the research parasites

As the chair of rapidly approaching Force16, it is time to reflect, examine the tea leaves and ponder the future. Further, the recent NEJM editorial made me MAD.  A little about my FORCE11 history. Last fall I was voted onto the FORCE11 executive board, which recently held a retreat for the passing of the torch


2016-01-16 17:00:00 HOMEWORK! Please read the Force11 Manifesto and note what has been achieved, what has not been achieved, what needs to be added? Please formulate some questions and issues you want to address during the retreat. DATES January 15-17, Boston, MA HOTEL – ROOMING LIST Location:Nine Zero Hotel  Map: Address:  90 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02108 Phone:

New bonds: FORCE11 and the Digital Library Federation

The Digital Library Federation (DLF) and FORCE11 have partnered on supporting Cross-Pollinator travel awards with the goal of bringing scholars, scientists, software engineers, librarians, and humanities scholars from Force11 to DLF and vice versa to provide their unique perspectives in scholarly communication. The Digital Library Federation (DLF) is a “robust and diverse community of practitioners

The Future is a Happy Place

Last July, I attended the very rewarding Dagstuhl Perspectives Workshop on Open Science and e-Science in Psychology and the Behavioral Sciences.  I had always regretted missing the workshop that led to the founding of FORCE11 and so was thrilled to finally make it there four years later.  So much has happened since then that it’s

Community Outcomes

FAIR Data Principles Data Citation Implementation Working Group – Publication Joint Declaration of Data Citation Principles (JDDCP)  FORCE11 Guiding Principles FORCE11 Sustainability Plan FORCE11 Manifesto FORCE2015 Conference Outcomes Beyond the PDF2 Conference Outcomes Declaration of Researcher Rights in Negotiating the Future of Scholarly Communication Research Data Publishing Ethics Working Group Recommendations Archive:

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