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Meet our 6th ambassador in 2023, Max Kalik

We are delighted to introduce our 6th ambassador this year: Max Kalik! Based in San Francisco, USA, Max is a software engineer at Triumph Labs who is skilled in solving technical and user problems across all stages of product creation. Over the past four years, he has focused on mobile […]

May 3, 2023

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Meet our fifth ambassador in 2023, Harish Pillay

We are delighted to welcome our fifth ambassador this year: Harish Pillay! Harish is an electrical and computer engineer; he leads the Community Architecture and Leadership in Red Hat Asia Pacific. In 2016, he was elected for a three-year mandate into the Internet Society Board of Trustees. His introduction to […]

April 18, 2023

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Enhancing Cybersecurity through Software Heritage

Software Heritage is participating in a new national research and innovation program on cybersecurity launched on Friday, March 31st, 2023, at the Cyber Campus in Paris. Funded under the National Cybersecurity Strategy and operated by Inria for the academic community, this program at the Cyber Campus aims to strengthen research […]

April 7, 2023

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Meet our fourth ambassador in 2023, Maxence Azzouz-Thuderoz

We are delighted to welcome our fourth ambassador this year: Maxence Azzouz-Thuderoz! Maxence Azzouz-Thuderoz is a data scientist specialising in AI and natural language processing. He joined FIZ Karlsruhe – Leibniz Institute to develop core components of the European Open Science Cloud, after many years as a natural language processing […]

April 6, 2023

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SCANOSS provides precise open-source identification and intelligence to assist organizations in managing their open-source software, reducing licensing risks, and enhancing the security and sustainability of their software products. By becoming a sponsor of Software Heritage, SCANOSS acknowledges the value of open-source software and the importance of preserving it for future […]

March 23, 2023

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The Software Heritage symposium and summit webpage is now live!

We are thrilled to announce that the Software Heritage symposium and summit webpage is now live! If you were not able to attend this exciting event on February 7th, 2023, you can still access the wealth of knowledge and insights shared by our expert speakers. Voices from the Software Heritage […]

March 17, 2023

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The SWHAP Days 2022 webpage is out!

We are excited to announce that the SHWAP Days – Software Heritage Acquisition Process Days – 2022 webpage is now live! SWHAP Days 2022 was a two-days event held on the 19th and the 20th of October 2022 in Paris resulting from the collaboration between Software Heritage and UNESCO. The […]

March 13, 2023

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Meet our second ambassador in 2023, Camille Françoise

We are delighted to introduce our second ambassador in 2023, Camille Françoise. Camille Françoise is Open Culture/GLAM Advocate & Project manager at the Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid. She worked in several digital departments of museums in France and abroad. In 2021, she joined Creative Commons as the Open […]

March 10, 2023

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Meet our first ambassador in 2023, Violaine Louvet

We are delighted to introduce our first ambassador in 2023, Violaine Louvet. Violaine is a research engineer in scientific computing. She works at the Jean Kuntzmann Laboratory, a research unit dedicated to applied mathematics after being the director of the Grenoble Alpes Research Scientific Computing and Data Infrastructure. She contributes […]

March 2, 2023

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Software Heritage in 2022: full speed ahead

As we enter 2023, we publish, as usual, our annual report on the past year. We are excited to announce that this is now available as a → standalone document ←, making it easier to grasp the breadth of the mission, follow the progress made and share it with a […]

February 14, 2023

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