Offering one-off grants of $5,000, the mini-grant scheme is open to any persons or organizations interested in developing a tool for reproducible science built using Frictionless Data tooling, specs, or software. For this year’s Tool Fund, we would like the community to work on tools that can make a difference to researchers and scientists.
Read more about the fund, apply as soon as you can and share widely in your networks: https://blog.okfn.org/2019/02/18/announcing-the-frictionless-data-tool-fund-2/
Have a great rest of the day,
Best, Lieke Ploeger.