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Forward progress in remote sensing science and technology relies on the free exchange of results and ideas, as well as the dissemination of remotely sensed data acquired by ground-based, airborne, and spaceborne sensors. An important ingredient is the family of computer codes and algorithms used by scientists and engineers to analyze data, model and calibrate sensors, and relate the outputs of sensors to the physical parameters of the observed scenes. Scientific journals and meetings—such as the GRSS Transactions and the IGARSS symposia—play an important role in facilitating the exchange of scientific information, but their domains do not encompass computer codes. For the most part, remote sensing computer codes remain hidden from public view. But, no more!