Software Sustainability Institute launches a survey: Contribute your insights!

As part of the WSSSPE (Working on Sustainable Software for Science: Practice and Experience) community, the UK Software Sustainability Institute (SSI) at the University of Edinburgh set up a short survey to help define what the concept of “software sustainability” means to different people in the research community. Neil Chue Hong, Director of the SSI, remarked, “I would be grateful if you were able to take the time to complete the survey (5 minutes) and also to share it with other people so we get as wide a range of perspectives as possible. All data you provide will be treated as private, but you have the opportunity to be recognised for your contribution to the study as part of the survey.”

The survey closed on May 31, 2014. Visit the Software Sustainability Institute to learn more.

The WSSSPE community has grown out of an NSF-sponsored workshop held at the SC13 conference. There will be a follow-up workshop at the 2014 conference as well.

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