[Netalyzr] hello, two things please

Matt Mathis matt.mathis at gmail.com
Wed Jan 3 14:32:10 PST 2018

It could be different for different divisions and years:  My experience was
CISE during about 1996-2010.  Since CISE is specifically about computing
technology they probably care more about code than data.    Other divisions
may be different in this regard.  I recall being required to state which
licences for at least one proposal.

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On Wed, Jan 3, 2018 at 12:59 PM, Christian Kreibich <christian at icir.org>

> Hi Matt,
> On 01/03/2018 11:03 AM, Matt Mathis wrote:
>> As of a few years ago, many (most?, all?) NSF programs have explicit open
>> source requirements.     This was not the case prior to about 2004.
> Could it be that you mean the requirement for a _data_ management plan in
> NSF proposals? We're not aware of any requirements regarding open-sourcing
> code in our NSF projects.
> Best,
> -C.
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