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Appendix C: Call for White Papers and Listing of Received White Papers
Pages 82-86

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From page 82...
... For the purpose of this call, "open code" and "open source" are synonymous and refer to computer program source codes released publicly under an open source license, as defined by the Open Source Initiative, To be considered at the committee's next meeting, white paper submissions are due no later than January 12, 2018.
From page 83...
... 5.  hat policy differences, if any, might be considered for NASA-funded science codes produced as part of a W research grant versus those produced under other NASA funding mechanisms, such as contracts, interagency transfers, or cooperative agreements?
From page 84...
... Tolbert, and Dominic Zarro, NASA GSFC 9 Software Engineers' Perspective on Open Source Chiu Wiegand, Rick Mullinix, and Justin Boblitt, NASA GSFC Projects at NASA/GSFC 10 Practical Considerations of Open Source Delivery Eric Lyness, Microtel, LLC 11 White Paper on Possible NASA SMD Open Code Charles H Acton, JPL Policy and Practices 12 Contract Language and Software Redistribution at James Vasile and Karl Fogel, Open Tech Strategies NASA 13 In Support of an Open Code Policy Which Is Tripp Corbett, Dawn Wright, and Marten Hogeweg, Esri Inclusive of Commercial Technologies to Accelerate Reproducibility of Science 14 Open Source to Serve Community Science Arfon Smith, Kenneth Sembach, Nancy Levenson, Thomas M
From page 85...
... Deen and Wayne Moses Burke, NASA JPL 29 Our View on Open Source Code Cevelopment Gabor Toth, University of Michigan for Scientific Software at the Center for Space Environment Modeling at the University of Michigan 30 Answers to Committee Questions Brad Fenwick, Elsevier 31 AFRL Response Cheryl Huang, Air Force Research Laboratory 32 White Paper on Release Requirements for Legacy Mark Marley, NASA Ames Research Center; Jonathan Fortney, Model Codes University of California, Santa Cruz; Richard Freedman, SETI Institute; Peter Gao, University of California, Berkeley; Roxana Lupu, BAERI; Caroline Morley, Harvard University; Tyler Robinson, Northern Arizona University; Didier Saumon, Los Alamos National Laboratory 33 Open Source Software as the Default for Federally Travis E Oliphant, Quansight, LLC Funded Software 34 NASA Science Centers Need to Support and Lead Tess Jaffe, T
From page 86...
... ; Ryan Abernathey, Lamont and Ocean Data Analysis Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University; Teresa Chereskin, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD; Bruce Cornuelle, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD; Patrick Heimbach, University of Texas, Austin; Matthew Mazloff, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD; Cesar Rocha, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD; Saulo Soares, University of Hawaii; Maike Sonnewald, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Bia Villas Boas, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD; Jinbo Wang, JPL 42 Considerations for a Future Open Code Policy for Dana Akhmetova, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden; NASA Space Science Jan Deca, University of Colorado, Boulder 43 Considerations Regarding the Proposed Open Code Cody Wiggs, University of Colorado, Boulder Policy 44 Best Practices for a Future Open Code Policy: Lior Shamir, Lawrence Technological University; Bruce Experiences and Vision of the Astrophysics Source Berriman, Caltech/IPAC-NExScI; Peter Teuben, University of Code Library Maryland; Robert Nemiroff, Michigan Technological University; Alice Allen, Astrophysics Source Code Library

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