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Many research programs on non-model species biology have been empowered by genomics. In turn, genomics is underpinned by a reference sequence and ancillary information created by so-called "genome projects". The most reliable genome projects are the ones created as part of an active research program and designed to address specific questions but their life extends past publication. In this opinion paper I outline four key insights that have facilitated maintaining genomic communities: the keydoi:10.12688/f1000research.7559.1 pmid:27006757 pmcid:PMC4798206 fatcat:4vqpcreekbaj7myobrllpzg54i