The curation-ready working group aims to develop principles, guidelines, resources to guide curators and data managers to help make software in archives more useful for its intended purpose at the time of archiving
This is the first progress report of the Software Preservation Network Curation-ready Software Working Group. Also available here http://www.softwarepreservationnetwork.org/exploring-curation-ready-software-use-cases/
Connecting Students and Faculty Across the Globe to Study Cross Cultural Questions
This is a review of the state of software preservation and sharing as it relates to research software. An overview of the challenges and current state of solutions is presented, while also touching on cultural heritage software, the preservation of which has many parallels to research software. Topics include technical approaches to preservation, describing and sharing software, citation/attribution, repositories, and a brief overview of issues in publishing, policy, and legal matters. Note "The Pathways of...
Data for \"Beyond greenness: detecting temporal changes in photosynthetic capacity with hyperspectral reflectance data\" (PLOS One)Mallory Barnes
Data for PLOS One manuscript by Barnes et al. (DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0189539)
This is the second report of the Software Preservation Network Curation-ready Software Working Group. Seven use cases of software preservation are presented in detail. The first report is linked in the Components box below.