Citable Code / Service integration for DOI's
Maybe someone is interested in developing such a tool? :)
This issue exists to track efforts to create such an integration and will be linked to from the relevant position in Codeberg Documentation.
oh ok .. just personaly have not much knowlage about "citable code" so just like to guess I i can see this pull as upstream solution or not
I have not read the whole linked PR, but I do not think it is what I was referring to. Being able to cite (Bibtex) a repository is nice, but what is more important (at least for scientists) is to have a DOI for the repo.
Currently, the only way is to download the ZIP archive of a given release of the repo and upload it to an online repository (e.g. Zenodo), and get the DOI there. That's fine, but it could be even better: a GitHub repo can be linked to a Zenodo account, so that every new release on GitHub is automatically uploaded to Zenodo ang get assigned a DOI. The only thing the user has to do is link the two accounts (GitHub and Zenodo) and the rest is done automatically. That's what I was mentioning.
This is explained in details here.
My suggestion was therefore to get in touch with the Zenodo team in order to create such a link with Codeberg repos too.
Does that make sense?
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