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quote from testimonials expressing their support for Software Heritage

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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CEA

Software is key in CEA’s commitment to transferring knowledge from research to industry. With the Software Heritage Foundation, we stand behind the preservation and sharing of this knowledge. — Alexandre Bounouh, Director of the List Institute CEA

November 26, 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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Society for Research Software in Germany (de-RSE)

Software development is an essential, integral part of research activity. Research lives from the exchange of ideas as well as research data. Without software, a lot of research could and would not exist. Thus, an exchange of publicly available and freely usable research software vitalizes scientific progress. A comprehensive, permanent […]

March 30, 2021

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CNRS

CNRS’s support to Software Heritage, a universal, open and sustainable software archive, is a natural part of our proactive approach in favour of open science, a necessary revolution in which everyone must play a part. — Antoine Petit, Chairman and CEO, CNRS

November 18, 2020

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Sorbonne Université

Firmly committed to open science, which is at the heart of its project, Sorbonne University supports Software Heritage. By helping to collect and to share software, Software Heritage contributes to one of the key missions of the university: the preservation and transmission of knowledge and of our scientific heritage. —  […]

October 1, 2020

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Sloan Foundation

The Software Heritage Archive is an important resource in software preservation, not just as a critical repository of cultural heritage, but also for historical and sociological studies of how software is produced and the identification of legacy vulnerabilities of critical systems that have evolved over time. The Sloan Foundation is […]

May 20, 2020

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Huawei

Huawei has been working with the open source communities for decades: we are active contributors in projects ranging from the Linux kernel to cloud native computing and machine learning, and we will keep increasing our participation and investment in this open innovation world. We share Software Heritage’s vision that publicly […]

February 12, 2020

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Open Invention Network

Open source software has been one of the instrumental, driving forces of innovation this century. Software Heritage is an important organization for software, having already archived more than 6 billion unique source files. Archiving of code in a curated form maintains the technical and scientific knowledge that goes along with […]

February 4, 2020

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