ReSA Community Forum
Bringing together the research software community
About the Research Software Community Forum
The Research Software Alliance (ReSA) is hosting occasional online community forum for the global research software community. The Research Software Community Forum is open to everyone. Meetings will occur at alternating times to maximise attendance by participants in different time zones.
The Community Forum offers an opportunity for participants to meet and share information. Each call will feature a short talk and follow-up discussion, with the aim of facilitating community consideration about what’s needed next to address particular issues.
The Community Forum aims to provide a welcoming and inclusive environment, and to engage a broad range of participants from across the globe. Meetings utilise ReSA’s Code of Conduct.
To help us plan accessible meetings, please identify any requirements you may have by contacting ReSA.
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- Stay tuned for the date of the next Community Forum.
- 29 November, 15:00-16.00 UTC, see agenda.
- 12 October, 03:00–04:00 UTC, see agenda, video and slides from the talk by Paula Andrea Martinez, ReSA and Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC), on The Research Software Community in the Global South. This forum was jointly convened with RSE Australian/New Zealand and the Visible Research Software Interest Group.
- 14 September, 23:00 UTC, see agenda and slides from the talk by Tom Honeyman, ARDC, about aligning publisher policies for sharing code.
- 5 August 2022, 17:00–18:00 UTC, see agenda and slides from the talk by Qian Zhang, Digital Research Alliance of Canada, on the Research Software Roadmap.
- 19 July 2022 11:00-12:00 UTC, agenda and slides from the talk by Michelle Barker, ReSA, on the outcomes of Vive la différence - research software engineers, a workshop that considered how to reframe research software engineering to place diversity, equity and inclusion as a central organising principle.
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