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Neal Fultz, our 8th ambassador

We are delighted to introduce our 8th ambassador, Neal Fultz, principal data scientist of njnm consulting, a staff statistician for the UCLA Social Sciences division. He has authored a number of Python, R, and Java libraries, and adopted several other orphaned open source projects.  Neal says that “Software Heritage is […]

juillet 27, 2021

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Archiving the Maven ecosystem

As announced here before, we received a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to support contributions from experts that want to help increase the coverage of the Software Heritage archive. After a first subgrant awarded to Cottage Labs, a second one awarded to Stefan Sperling,  a third awarded to Octobus, and a fourth subgrant to OCamlPro, today we are delighted […]

juillet 22, 2021

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Introducing our 7th ambassador, Anna-Lenna Lamprecht

We are delighted to introduce our 7th ambassador, Anna-Lena Lamprecht, an assistant Professor of Software Technology at the Department of Information and Computing Sciences, at Utrecht University, in the Netherlands.  Anna-Lena conducts research at the interface of research software engineering and applied formal methods, currently focusing on FAIR software and […]

juillet 20, 2021

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Meet our 6th ambassador, Gerard Coen

We are delighted to introduce our 6th ambassador, Gerard Coen, Project Manager at Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS), the Dutch National Centre of Expertise and Repository for Research Data, that has a long standing interest in the relationship between software and data, and has been a proud sponsor of […]

juillet 8, 2021

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Introducing our latest ambassador, Mohammad Akhlaghi

Our community continues to grow: meet our fifth ambassador, Mohammad Akhlaghi, a Big Data Astronomer at the Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias (IAC), in Spain. The IAC is a nationally-funded research center that runs two high-profile international observatories in the world.  Mohammad is highly committed to making research results more […]

juin 29, 2021

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Introducing Vicky Rampin, our fourth ambassador

We are delighted to introduce our fourth ambassador, Vicky Rampin, librarian for research data management and reproducibility at New York University, and an advocate for open scholarship. Her background in computer science and library as well as in information science, inspires her to support research of all levels and disciplines. […]

juin 17, 2021

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International Archives Day

We are delighted to celebrate the International Archives Day. Launched on June 9th 2007, this day turned into a whole week in 2019 and is meant to remind all of us of the importance of archives for keeping the memories of our society. Software Heritage contributes to this mission building […]

juin 10, 2021

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Introducing the 3rd Software Heritage’s ambassador

We are delighted to introduce our 3rd ambassador, Malin Sandström, the Community Engagement officer for the  International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility (INCF). The mission of INCF is to help make neuroscience FAIR and move it towards an open, citable ecosystem.  Malin has a PhD in computational neuroscience – she did computational […]

juin 7, 2021

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Software Heritage welcomes Google Summer of Code students… again!

After welcoming Thibault Allançon, Kalpit Kothari, and Archit Agrawal as interns during Google Summer of Code 2019, the Software Heritage team is delighted to welcome two new students for this year: Kumar Shivendu et Daniele Serafini. Google Summer of Code is a global program focused on giving more student developers […]

juin 4, 2021

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Meet the second Software Heritage ambassador

Last month, we launched the ambassadors’ program with our first ambassador, Pierre Poulain. Today we are delighted to introduce Bruno Khélifi, the second Software Heritage ambassador in academia. Bruno is a physicist working at APC  in the experimental area of very-high-energy gamma-ray astrophysics, as a member of the H.E.S.S. and […]

mai 27, 2021

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