A compilation of select resources for those who want to learn more or get involved in software citation issues.
CRediT. Contributor Roles Taxonomy
FORCE11. The Future of Research Communication and e-Scholarship
SSI. The Software Sustainability Institute
WSSSPE. Working towards Sustainable Software for Science Practice and Experience.
Code as a Research Object, (Mozilla Science Lab)
Information on open source licensing can be found through the Open Source Initiative.
CIG's licensing policies: Developers > Ownership and Licensing
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