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.

youtube.com/watch?v=UhQCeAj9yK

Nice resource for finding Open Science tools

research paper on tool accessibility (broad, non-disability sense):
f1000research.com/articles/9-1
interactive graph of tools and their relationships: kumu.io/a2p/dost#dataset

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

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