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Meet our 21st ambassador, Julien Caugant

We are delighted to introduce our 21st ambassador, Julien Caugant, from Aix Marseille University library.  Since 2010 Julien Caugant has been the assistant librarian at Aix-Marseille University. At the library, within the Open Science team, he supports faculty, researchers and students in the dissemination of their research productions via HAL, […]

September 20, 2022

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Happy Ten Years anniversary, Guix!

Our mission is to collect, preserve, and share the source code of all software that is publicly available, including its full development history. A few years ago, we announced the first results of a collaboration with GNU Guix, which was a stepping stone for the long-term reproducibility of research software. This collaboration […]

September 15, 2022

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All of humankind’s source code in a nutshell

The mission of Sofware Heritage is to collect, preserve, and share all software that is publicly available in source code form, addressing the needs of cultural heritage, industry, research and society as a whole. As part of our long-term mission, we focus on improving the Software Heritage infrastructure and we look for […]

June 28, 2022

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Introducing Gavin Henry, our 20th ambassador

We are delighted to introduce our 20th ambassador, Gavin Henry, the CIO of TelcoSwitch and founder of the recently acquired SureVoIP, an Internet Telephony Service Provider. Gavin has a technical background and his interests include all aspects of software engineering, identity management (especially around OpenLDAP), all layers of the network […]

May 10, 2022

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What you wanted to know about Software Heritage, and never dared to ask

You have a question about Software Heritage, and look for an answer? We are delighted to announce that starting from today you can refer to a new, rich and evolving FAQ page.   In 2021, we gathered 19 ambassadors who helped identify the most recurring questions in their community regarding software […]

April 14, 2022

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The 2022 Technical Roadmap is out!

Last year we introduced for the first time a public technical roadmap for our developments at Software Heritage, that provided a view of the many tasks needed to build such a complex infrastructure. We have successfully achieved most of the key tasks from the 2021 roadmap (e.g., improved save code now, improved […]

April 5, 2022

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Introducing Flavia Marzano, our newest ambassador

We are delighted to introduce Flavia Marzano, a computer scientist with more than 30 years of contribution to innovation in Public Administration. Flavia is a Computer scientist, university lecturer and consultant with an extensive track record of contributions to a broad spectrum of important issues for Public Administration, ranging from […]

February 24, 2022

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Meet our 1st ambassador in 2022, Italo Vignoli

We are delighted to introduce our 1st ambassador in 2022, Italo Vignoli, a founder of the LibreOffice project. Italo is the Chairman Emeritus of Associazione LibreItalia, a member of Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) and a former board member of Open Source Initiative (OSI). He co-leads LibreOffice global marketing efforts. […]

February 17, 2022

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Red Hat

As the largest open source company in the world, we’ve spent more than two decades collaborating on community projects and protecting open source licenses so we can continue to develop software that pushes the boundaries of technological ability, and in this way, help pave the way to make open-source the […]

February 14, 2022

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Building the technology needed to bridge the Software Heritage archive

The mission of Software Heritage is to collect, preserve and share all the publicly available source code. With almost 12 billion source files from more than 172 million projects, the Software Heritage archive is the largest collection of source code ever created. Today we are delighted to share that one […]

February 10, 2022

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