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Introducing Sandrine Layrisse, our 15th ambassador

We are delighted to introduce our 15th ambassador, Sandrine Layrisse, System and network administrator at the Bordeaux Mathematics Institute (IMB – CNRS, Bordeaux INP and Université de Bordeaux. Her involvement in the Online Platform for Mathematics (Plateforme en ligne pour les mathématiques (PLM) team is enabling the new PLM services […]

October 22, 2021

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A new effort to expand the Software Heritage archive

Software Heritage’s long term goal is to archive the publicly available source code of all software ever written.  Today, we’re excited to announce that a third grant managed by NLNet has been awarded to Octobus to help expand the coverage of the Software Heritage archive, by developing new listers and […]

October 14, 2021

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Introducing Dare Pejić, our 14th ambassador

We are delighted to introduce our 14th ambassador, Dare Pejić, producer in new media & digital arts. As a programme coordinator and producer at Ljubljana’s Ljudmila Art and Science Laboratory, he conceived and organized Algopolis, the very first live coding festival in Slovenia.  Dare’s master’s thesis at UNESCO chair for […]

September 30, 2021

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Building the next generation object storage for Software Heritage

The mission of Software Heritage is to collect, preserve and share all the publicly available source code. With over 11 billion source files from more than 160 million projects, the Software Heritage archive is the largest collection of source code ever created. Building the Software Heritage infrastructure is challenging. This […]

September 24, 2021

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Introducing Jaime Arias, our 13th ambassador

We are delighted to introduce our 13th ambassador, Jaime Arias, CNRS research engineer working at the Laboratoire d’Informatique de Paris Nord (LIPN). Jaime is an advocate of replicable research and open-source software. Among some of his missions, he is in charge of the development of scientific tools for the research […]

September 9, 2021

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AdaCore

A longstanding, stable software repository like the Software Heritage is of direct interest to us, since our aerospace and defense customers are often responsible for projects lasting several decades. Additionally, we see open-source software as an essential foundation of today’s digital world, and we have been actively contributing to the […]

September 7, 2021

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Introducing Maria-Chiara Prodi, our 12th ambassador

We are delighted to introduce our 12th ambassador, Maria Chiara Prodi. Maria Chiara is the artistic coordinator and deputy director of the production at the Opéra Comique, in Paris. She is also strongly engaged in several networks for civic participation. “I have been struggling with rare opera scores for the […]

August 31, 2021

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We’re hiring a Software Engineering Manager!

Our archive keeps growing, as well as our team! We are now hiring a Software Engineering Manager to help Software Heritage keep growing and help our development team achieve challenging technical goals. The software engineering manager will be working on: Defining, triaging, and periodically reviewing the project technical roadmap Coordinating task assignments […]

August 27, 2021

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Meet our 11th ambassador, Alexis Lebis

Our community keeps growing and we are delighted to introduce our 11th ambassador, Alexis Lebis, lecturer in artificial intelligence at the Center for Digital Systems (CERI SN) of Institut Mines Télécom Lille Douai. Alexis’s research is mainly focused on Decision Making (DM) and Knowledge Engineering (KE), especially applied to Technology […]

August 19, 2021

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Archiving SourceForge

SourceForge was one of the first public forges to offer software developers a centralized online location to control and manage open source software projects. We are delighted to announce that we have started archiving SourceForge, thanks to a collaboration with Octobus, funded by a Sloan grant. We have already archived […]

August 12, 2021

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