Meeting at UNESCO to celebrate five years of Software Heritage

© Inria / Photo B. Fourrier

This year 2021 we celebrate five years of continuous and passionate dedication to the Software Heritage mission, which we announced to the world on June 30th 2016: to collect, preserve and share all the available source code, for the benefit of society as a whole.  A growing international community gets […]

diciembre 16, 2021

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Software Heritage sponsors meet at UNESCO’s headquarters

The mission of Software Heritage is to collect, preserve and share all the available source code, for the benefit of all.   In the long journey we have undertaken, we are delighted to have established a strong partnership with UNESCO, starting with the Inria and UNESCO framework agreement on the preservation […]

febrero 19, 2020

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Research Software Hackathon at FORCE2019

Last week, we had the pleasure to participate in the Research Software Hackathon during the FORCE2019 conference. It was remarkable to see so many people interested in the same goal: making software a first class citizen in the scholarly world. The day started with engaging presentations about the different working […]

octubre 23, 2019

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Raising awareness for Software Source Code preservation and access

Today, at Unesco’s headquarters in Paris, a formal partnership agreement has been signed between Unesco and Inria to establish a framework for collaboration on preserving the knowledge embedded in software source code, and making it widely available. These are two key pillars of our mission here at Software Heritage, and we […]

abril 4, 2017

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Our first press release

Journalists from major press outlets and medias gathered this morning at Inria’s offices in Paris to attend the public announcement of the Software Heritage project, which we have just unveiled. We are thrilled about both the feedback we received and the interesting questions we got a chance to answer. We have live covered […]

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