It's good to encourage software citation. I wonder if folks are or will be using these styles of citation even when they know they exist. I know when I've needed to cite software before, I just made a @misc entry, put the software name in the title, version in the description (or note?) along with a URL. No one worried about it, least of all, me. Kinda hard to see the push or pull towards this format other than an individual, PI, funder, or publisher mandating it.

Nice resource for finding Open Science tools

research paper on tool accessibility (broad, non-disability sense):
interactive graph of tools and their relationships:

Very cool project: I wonder if there's an interesting SF story to write that includes the "Arctic Code Vault" πŸ€”

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