If you are based in the UK or not, you should consider attending Collaborations 
Workshop 2018. More details below.

All members of the research software community are invited to discuss culture 
change, productivity and sustainability at the Software Sustainability 
Institute Collaborations Workshop 2018 (CW18) on
26th-28th March, in Cardiff.

We are pleased to have Kirstie Whitaker, a Research Fellow at the Alan Turing 
Institute with a long journey as an open science advocate, as one of our 
keynote speakers. In addition to learn from
Kirstie, attendees will have the opportunity to share experience during 
discussion session, collaborative ideas and mini-workshops. On the 28th, we 
will have a hackday with some prizes for the winner

There is still time to propose a mini-workshop and share something from your 
researcher utility belt or discuss approaches to boost culture change or 
productivity. For those that need a bit of
inspiration, proposals on the lines of "Using GitLab to project manage home 
renovation priorities" or "100% Emacs: How To Do Everything In Emacs" will be 

When registering for Collaborations Workshop 2018 on our Eventbrite page, you 
will find a field related to mini-workshops & demos where you can describe your 
ideas for the session. We will be
contacting proposers on Friday 2nd March.

For more information, please visit https://www.software.ac.uk/cw18. Tickets for 
the event are available on Eventbrite.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Please feel free to forward this email to any relevant contacts.

Best wishes,

Raniere Silva
Community Officer, Software Sustainability Institute
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