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Bezaye Tesfaye; Carina Haupt; Carlos Martinez-Ortiz; Cees Hof; Jan van der West; Jose Benito Gonzalez Lopez; Martin Hammitzsch; Neil Chue Hong; Pedro Príncipe; Radovan Bast; Stephan Druskat; Yvonne Vermonden
Research software is an essential output in different research domains and needs to be reproducible and extendable throughout future research. Achieving this requires shared principles and know-how among researchers and research institutes. The European Software Sustainability Infrastructure (EuSSI) consortium aims towards identifying key elements and providing common grounds to achieve such a goal in European level. Partners in the EuSSI consortium are all involved - in one way or another - in research software and share a common interest in improving the general quality of research software.
This document outlines the EuSSI consortium vision for supporting research software sustainability.
A vision for supporting research software sustainability across Europe and beyond.pdf