Email email@example.com to:
- Report a bug
- Suggest a new feature
- Submit general feedback or request more information
Suggest changes or additions to ROR
Anyone can suggest changes or additions to the registry via the ROR request form.
See the list of current and pending integrations to get an idea of how ROR is being implemented in research infrastructure. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to add other examples to the list or if you have questions about approaching an integration.
You can monitor service status and subscribe to status updates at status.ror.org.
ROR IDs are primarily intended for use internally by web applications and services. Displaying ROR IDs in your application user interfaces or digital documents may have limited benefit to the general public. Displaying or linking to ROR IDs is entirely optional, and we recommend that you consider their relevance for your audience carefully.
If you choose to display ROR IDs, please follow the ROR Display Guidelines.
Presentations and other resources
You can view recordings of ROR presentations on the ROR YouTube channel.
There are slide decks and other resources available if you are attending a conference or event and planning to talk about ROR. Give us a shout and we’ll set you up with what you need.
Join the ROR community! There are many ways to be involved to show your support for ROR. Email email@example.com if you would like to join the community advisory group, add your name to the list of signatories, or contribute some modest funds toward our sustainability plan. We also have a Slack group you can join to participate in discussions.
All ROR IDs and metadata are provided under the Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication. There are no restrictions on access to and use of ROR IDs and metadata.
Content on the ROR website is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
ROR code is publicly available on Github under a MIT License.