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What is the Open-Source Scientific Software and Service Repository (OSSR)?
The Open-source Scientific Software and Service Repository (OSSR) is an open-access repository for software collaborative development, uptake and reuse. The OSSR is intended for scientific researchers to share and find software and services.
The OSSR respects the FAIR principles (Findable Accessible Interoperable Reusable) and is made of two main components:
GitLab development platform
GitLab is a platform for the development and maintenance of existing software that also enables the continuous integration, deployment and delivery of these software.
It provides a long-term, safe and secured software and service archive, with the continuous support of the CERN (ESCAPE consortium member) infrastructures and resources, thus ensuring its long-term availability.
The GitLab development platform handles the need to develop and build the software, insuring its re-usability and interoperability, whereas the Zenodo repository handles the findability, accessibility and long-term safe archiving of the software.
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