We had an incredibly productive 2018 and we’d like to take a moment today to share highlights from the year. Photo: Open Source Alliance for Open Scholarship Handbook Hackathon participants at the Siegel Family Endowment offices in July.

 Sponsored Projects Program

  • Our projects brought in 7 grants this year, totaling over $1 million. Go team!
  • We’ll be announcing two new sponsored projects soon - stay tuned!

Collaborative Communities Program

  • The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation is supporting our research in to sustainability issues in open source scientific and data software by funding a research project called “Identifying Systemic Challenges to the Sustainability of Data Driven Tooling.”
  • Danielle spoke at the Open Research Funders Group Meeting in DC and already plans to attend three meetings focused on sustainability in open source and open infrastructure in 2019.

Other Fun Code for Science & Society News

  • Danielle and Joe gave 18 talks this year - including two keynotes - at events including FORCE2018, Aaron Swartz Day, The Decentralized Web Summit, Online Northwest, and Mozfest.
  • This year we organized, lead, or facilitated 8 global events!

Join us to advance technology in the public interest!

  • See you in Portland for csv,conf,v4 - call for proposals is open until February.
  • Support public interest technology, open source sustainability, and our incredible community of sponsored projects at donate.codeforscience.org.

Thanks to our amazing community, who make all of this possible. See you in 2019! Do you like email? Join our mailing list!