A number of world renowned international organizations, individuals, and companies express support for our software preservation mission.

Software Freedom Conservancy

We have decades of free and open source software that are the building blocks of the technology we rely on, all of which is interacting in new ways the implications of which we are only beginning to…
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Software Freedom Law Center

Software Heritage is the Alexandrian Library of humankind’s most important current technical expression: software. This project will allow us to do science about software in new and revolutionar…
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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 on…
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The Document Foundation

Software is deeply entrenched in our life, and is the tool we use to create, access and share our culture. Software has become a fundamental component of society, and must be preserved for future gene…
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The Linux Foundation

The rate of change of open source software is continuing to accelerate beyond what is possible with manual tracking. License compliance is at the heart of what makes open source software — “open…
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Software source code represents unique knowledge of humanity’s recent history. It is therefore crucial to work together collectively so that the knowledge embedded in software source code is properl…
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Université de Paris

By supporting the Software Heritage initiative, Université de Paris continues its commitment to the free and responsible sharing of knowledge and research software. — Christine Clerici, President o…
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UQAM supports and assumes the mission of Software Heritage. We are convinced that it is imperative to preserve and promote access to software that contributes to knowledge dissemination. We also recog…
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