This is the repository supporting the website for the Code is Science Manifesto.
TL;DR: Scientific code needs to be open source in order to be useful and peer reviewed.
Support The Manifesto
Right now we're in the 60 day consultation period to allow potentially interested parties to comment on the manifesto draft before we officially begin to collect signatures.
Please follow our Code of Conduct.
If you'd like to comment on the draft during the consultation period, you can do any of:
- Fill out this form with your feedback comments.
- Create a GitHub issue (requires GitHub account).
- Fork the repo and create a pull request with suggested amendments.
After signing, you can add to all your Github projects and your profile. Remember to link back to the Code is Science Manifesto page.
We are in the process of requesting permission to publish a full list of contributors.
Stickers will be available soon.
Every release of this repository has a DOI related to it. You can either cite it directly or, more preferably, use the CITATION.cff file along with a tool to properly use it (such as for BibTeX generation from CFF file).