The ECSS and XCI teams launched a new Expanding XSEDE Software Capabilities through Community Collaboration initiative which invites software developers and services operators to collaborate with XSEDE to make their software and services more readily available to XSEDE users.
Twenty-first century discovery relies heavily on an increasingly complex collection of hardware and software cyberinfrastructure.
The PEARC17 paper "The Community Software Repository from XSEDE: A Resource for the National Research Community" is now available. This paper describes what motivated the Community Software Repository (CSR), what it provides to users, cyberinfrastructure operators, software operators and integrators, and developers, and planned future improvements to the CSR.
XSEDE 2 proposed the XSEDE Community Software Repository (XCSR) service and tool that enables the national research community to connect resources, software, and services into the broader cyberinfrastructure ecosystem.
The XSEDE Community Software Repository (XCSR) is a new service and tool catalog made available to the national research community to facilitate connecting resources, software, and services into the broader cyberinfrastructure ecosystem.
Starting November 1, software developers and resource/services operators can use the XCSR to discover: