We are excited to announce that the Global Sustainability Coalition for Open Science Services (SCOSS) board has selected Software Heritage for its next pledging round, recognizing Software Heritage as a crucial open science infrastructure ensuring continuous access to the software code outputs generated by researchers worldwide.
We look forward to seeing SCOSS members join the newly created Archives and Libraries Interest Group (ALIG), which will serve as a forum for discussing Software Source Code preservation and exploring the possibilities offered by Software Heritage to champion best practices for research software accessibility, reusability, and reproducibility.
Who can help?
SCOSS Members, libraries, archives, institutions and research funders supporting open science can make a difference by committing to fund Software Heritage. Pledge an annual donation for three years, offering a secure financial foundation and access to the dedicated Software Heritage ALIG.
Discover the detailed pledging program in the section dedicated to the 5th pledging round on the official SCOSS website.
To pledge your support, or learn more about the program, you can write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
With SCOSS support, we aim to strengthen the links with key players in open science, and popularise the best practices in source code archival.