Improving ways to facilitate work across teams and to promote partnerships and community contributions via software. We consider projects of all sizes, from small teams through multi-institutional aggregate teams.
Projects and organizations having a particular emphasis on scientific software development, productivity, and sustainability.
Approaches for building teams and improving cohesion---working with small, large, and distributed teams---as well as practices for fostering a culture of inclusion and creating safe spaces, even if virtual, in which teams operate.
Sources of financial support for efforts to improve scientific software development practices, productivity, sustainability, and community building. These efforts are distinct from traditional computational science and engineering R&D.
Why and how to publish and cite software as a distinct, independent artifact (i.e., different from scientific papers), as well as information on publication venues for software development topics, as distinct from scientific results and methods.
The legal side of controlling software distribution and use, as well as implications of practices and impact on collaboration and growth of software projects.
Discussion forums and sites where questions about scientific software development, productivity, and sustainability are welcome.
Recurring series of conferences and workshops that highlight advances in scientific software productivity and sustainability.