Second draft Persistent Identifier (PID) policy for the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC)
- 1. Lund University and ICOS RI
- 2. Belgian Biodiversity Platform
- 3. British Library
- 4. ISTI/CNR
- 5. UKRI-STFC
- 6. MPCDF/MPG
- 7. Danish e-Infrastructure Cooperation
- 8. DKRZ
- 9. Max Planck Institute
- 10. Swiss National Supercomputing Centre
This policy was authored by representatives of the EOSC FAIR Working Group and EOSC Architecture Working group. See Appendix 3 for details. This second draft of the policy was released in May 2020 for community feedback and comment.
We welcome responses to and comments on this second version. Please share them with the wider community on https://pidforum.org or email them to us email@example.com. We understand that some areas may require discussion and encourage you to have that discussion on https://pidforum.org. That is where we will also provide details of opportunities for face-to-face feedback and discussion.
We will develop a final policy that will be delivered to the EOSC Governance Board in October 2020.