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Tuesday, January 18 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Building Strong Communities Around Open Source Software & Open Science Part 2

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Building Strong Communities Around Open Source Software & Open Science - Part 2

This is a continuation of Building Strong Communities Around Open Source Software & Open Science - Part 1 with a focus on open science communities.

NASA is making a long-term commitment to building an inclusive open science community over the next decade. Open-source science is a commitment to the open sharing of software, data, and knowledge (algorithms, papers, documents, ancillary information) as early as possible in the scientific process. This session will offer a platform for building awareness of and facilitating discussion around NASA’s open science efforts.

This session will focus on NASA-funded efforts to build an open science community around open source software. Those open source software projects that thrive do so because they have broad community support. Speakers NASA's open science efforts will discuss how they build community around software. This will be followed by an open discussion on improving community outcomes (and open source/open science projects).

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Organizers
avatar for Sara Lubkin

Sara Lubkin

NASA ESDIS
SO

Steve Olding

ESDSWG Coordinator, ESDIS Project
avatar for Jeff Siarto

Jeff Siarto

Director of User Experience, Element 84
avatar for Elena Steponaitis

Elena Steponaitis

NASA Headquarters

Speakers
avatar for Cynthia Hall

Cynthia Hall

Community Coordinator, NASA Transform to Open Science/SSAI
NASA's move to build a more open science culture, through community engagement, curriculum development, and incentive structures.
avatar for Julia Lowndes

Julia Lowndes

Openscapes
Julia Stewart Lowndes, PhD is founding director of Openscapes. She is a marine ecologist and champion for making science more open, efficient, inclusive, and kind. Working at the intersection of actionable environmental science, data science, and open science, she is a Mozilla Fellow, National Science Foundation Better Scientific Software Fellow... Read More →
avatar for Erin Robinson

Erin Robinson

Co-Founder, Metadata Game Changers LLC
Erin works at the intersection of community informatics, Earth science and non-profit management. Over the last 10+ years, she has honed an eclectic skill set both technical and managerial, creating communities and programs with lasting impact around science, data, and technology... Read More →
avatar for Jenny Hewson

Jenny Hewson

Lead Scientific Analyst, NASA ESDIS/SSAI



Tuesday January 18, 2022 4:00pm - 5:30pm EST
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