Ways to facilitate and distribute work across teams, promote partnerships via software, and contribute to stronger communities.
Software is the key crosscutting technology that sustains long-term CSE collaboration, encapsulating advances in applied mathematics, computer science, and domain-specific science and engineering for use by others. We provide information for CSE projects of all sizes, ranging from small teams (for example, a professor and collaborating students) to broad partnerships that span different scientific, institutional, and geographic areas.
Projects and organizations having a particular emphasis on scientific software development, productivity, and sustainability.
Publishing and citing of software as a distinct artifact (i.e., different from scientific papers); and publication venues focusing on software development topics, as distinct from the scientific results and methods.
Ways to foster teamwork, leveraging people's diverse skills in pursuit of a common goal.
The legal side of controlling software distribution and use.
Sources of financial support for efforts to improve scientific software development practices, productivity, sustainability, and community-building. Note that these efforts are distinct from traditional computational science and engineering R&D.
Discussion forums and Q&A sites where questions about scientific software development, productivity, and sustainability are welcome.