Sometimes I come across nice sites about Fortran & packages, but not sure where to post the URLs, so anyway I post here
Fortran on a Mac
Programming in Modern Fortran
Computational Physics book (Konstantinos Anagnostopoulos)
– [2002.05631] eT 1.0: an open source electronic structure program with emphasis on coupled cluster and multilevel methods
(I remember their source code in Fortran was public some time ago (on Github or Gitlab), but I cannot find it atm…)
A good place to to post such sites is the Fortran Wiki, which anyone can edit. The “Programming in Modern Fortran” link you posted is already on the tutorials page.
Thanks for the info about FortranWiki, which is also very useful (I consulted it many times). But if possible, I would like to use newer sites like this… (which is easy to post/edit and feel more accessible to me). I thought it may be better to directly post “issues” or something for Github pages like below, but was not sure which page I should use…
Contributions to the package index on the fortran-lang webpage are always welcome, the data for the page is at fortran-lang.org/package_index.yml at master · fortran-lang/fortran-lang.org · GitHub, feel free to add packages and send a patch.
I try to update the package index once in a while, since I’'m currently already on it, I just collected all the packages linked (see Add more electronic structure and atomistic simulation packages by awvwgk · Pull Request #205 · fortran-lang/fortran-lang.org · GitHub).
Thanks much for the info! I will also add info when I come across interesting packages.