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Pay It Forward With Reproducible and Reusable Open Sharing of Artifacts

Project Information

Project Status: New and Recruiting
Project Region: Northeast
Submitted By: Chris Hill
Project Email: cnh@mit.edu
Project Institution: MGHPCC
Anchor Institution: NE-MGHPCC

Project Description

This project that will engage with all the other NE cyberteam projects. It would aim to catalyze open sharing of artifacts (software and/or practices) that are produced in those projects. Primary activities would be interacting with the other projects to help them make their outcomes into reproducible and reusable artifacts (for example github code repos, readthedocs howtos etc...) that can help others benefit from whatever the project itself learned in tools and techniques. Aside from practical benefits, this would create a more distinctive dynamic for NE cyberteam than just be a source of tax payer subsidy for individual PI research. It would could help cement a set of core practices/recipes across projects that would benefit the trainee students too. It would help the NE cyberteam project understand how the specific activities of the scatter of projects can be proactive connected to the broader landscape of cyberinfrastructure tooling and workforce development/professionalization.

Project Information

Project Status: New and Recruiting
Project Region: Northeast
Submitted By: Chris Hill
Project Email: cnh@mit.edu
Project Institution: MGHPCC
Anchor Institution: NE-MGHPCC

Project Description

This project that will engage with all the other NE cyberteam projects. It would aim to catalyze open sharing of artifacts (software and/or practices) that are produced in those projects. Primary activities would be interacting with the other projects to help them make their outcomes into reproducible and reusable artifacts (for example github code repos, readthedocs howtos etc...) that can help others benefit from whatever the project itself learned in tools and techniques. Aside from practical benefits, this would create a more distinctive dynamic for NE cyberteam than just be a source of tax payer subsidy for individual PI research. It would could help cement a set of core practices/recipes across projects that would benefit the trainee students too. It would help the NE cyberteam project understand how the specific activities of the scatter of projects can be proactive connected to the broader landscape of cyberinfrastructure tooling and workforce development/professionalization.