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Re: [RDA Newsletter] The TRUST Principles - An RDA Community Effort

From: Andrea Perego <ndr.prg@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 3 Jul 2020 00:04:23 +0200
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To: W3C DX WG - Public <public-dxwg-wg@w3.org>
Again about TRUST principles, there's the following event that could be of
interest:

https://www.rd-alliance.org/trust-principles-mini-symposium-july-7-2020

Best,

Andrea

On Thu, May 21, 2020 at 10:05 AM Andrea Perego <ndr.prg@gmail.com> wrote:

> Dears,
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> This is just to keep in our records another initiative that may be taken
> into account if in DCAT 3 we are planning to address more in detail
> catalogues / datasets compliance with data quality principles.
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> In particular, this TRUST principles (Transparency, Responsibility, User
> focus, Sustainability, Technology) are complementary to the FAIR ones, and
> are specifically targeted to "digital repositories".
>
> Cheers,
>
> Andrea
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> The TRUST Principles - An RDA Community Effort
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> An RDA community effort has led to the development and publication, in
> Nature Research’s Scientific Data, of the article, “The TRUST Principles
> for digital repositories”. These principles offer guidance for maintaining
> the trustworthiness of digital repositories, especially those responsible
> for the stewardship of research data. Guidance for each of the TRUST
> Principles is reproduced below.
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> *The TRUST Principles*
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> *Principle* *Guidance for Repositories*
> *T*ransparency To be transparent about specific repository services and
> data holdings that are verifiable by publicly accessible evidence.
> *R*esponsibility To be responsible for ensuring the authenticity and
> integrity of data holdings and for the reliability and persistence of its
> service.
> *U*ser Focus To ensure that the data management norms and expectations of
> target user communities are met.
> *S*ustainability To sustain services and preserve data holdings for the
> long-term.
> *T*echnology To provide infrastructure and capabilities to support
> secure, persistent, and reliable services.
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> *Source: Lin et al., 2020. The TRUST Principles for Digital Repositories.
> Scientific Data https://doi.org/10.1038/s41597-020-0486-7
> <https://www.rd-alliance.org/track/click/5d491519f54157/47e66c1ae954>*
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> The concept of the TRUST Principles was initiated within discussions among
> RDA members and formally launched as a community discussion during the RDA
> 13th Plenary session, “RDA/WDS Certification of Digital Repositories: Build
> TRUST to be FAIR - Emerging Needs of Certification in Life Sciences,
> Geosciences and Humanities”, which was held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
> USA on 4 April 2019. Since those early discussions, several RDA community
> members, representing diverse disciplines, collaboratively explored these
> issues. This community collaboration led to the publication of “The TRUST
> Principles for digital repositories” in Scientific Data, a Nature Journal.
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> The TRUST Principles have already been endorsed by a variety of
> organizations that are committed to the stewardship of digital resources
> and, in particular, digital research data. Some of the organizations that
> already have endorsed the TRUST Principles have offered statements to
> support their endorsements. Dr. Robert S. Chen, a RDA member and Director
> of the Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN)
> at The Earth Institute of Columbia University, notes, "The TRUST Principles
> will help us ensure that detailed data about the past and present are
> preserved and accessible to both science and society in the long run--data
> that are vital to understanding, predicting, and adapting to a rapidly
> changing future."
> Other organizations also are invited to endorse the TRUST Principles
> and may contact *enquiries[at]rd-alliance.org <http://rd-alliance.org>*
> in order to do so.
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>    1. Center for International Earth Science Information Network
>    (CIESIN), The Earth Institute, Columbia University, New York, USA.
>    2. Comisión de Investigaciones Cientificas
>    3. CoreTrustSeal
>    4. Data Archive and Network Services (DANS), The Netherlands
>    5. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIH
>    6. Odum Institute UNC-Chapel Hill
>    7. Springer Nature
>    8. Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina
>    9. Virginia Tech University Libraries
>    10. World Data Center for Climate (WDCC), German Climate Computing
>    Center (DKRZ), Hamburg, Germany.
>    11. World Data System
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