Do you have software or scripts that you developed for an old project, wish you could make it reusable, but aren't sure how to proceed and get proper credit for your effort?
If so, the Geoscience Papers of the Future (GPF) Initiative, part of the GeoSoft project, is a solution!
The GPF effort aims to "get geoscientists to publish papers together with the associated digital products of their research," with targeted training of documentation of software, datasets, workflows, and figures. A special issue of Earth and Space Science, an open access AGU journal, will feature GPFs submitted by January 1, 2016.
For more information contact Yolanda Gil at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The GPF is just one of the things we learned about at the EarthCube All Hands Meeting last week. EarthCube funds the Sediment Experimentalist Network to bring together our community and provide a liaison to the cyberinfrastructure research world.