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Inria announces today the Software Heritage project, an ambitious initiative to collect, organise, preserve, and make easily accessible any already publicly available source code.
Sending messages to our family and friends, paying bills, purchasing goods, accessing entertainment, interacting with the public administration, finding information, booking travels: practically every act of our daily life relies on computers and software to be performed.
That is just the tip of the iceberg: software controls the electronic equipment embedded in the machines we use to travel, communicate, trade and exchange.
Inria announces on June 30th 2016 Software Heritage, an ambitious initiative to collect, organise, preserve, and make easily accessible the source code of all software that is publicly available.
17 October open source in the spotlight in the presence of Antoine Petit, Inria CEO, and local economic and institutional partners, for the presentation of the "Software Heritage" Project by Roberto Di Cosmo, which aims to become "Alexandria Software Library" and is supported by Unesco.
from 02:30 pm, Amphitheater Kahn, Inria 2004 route des Lucioles
InriaSoft aims for the durable development of large-scale software programs by bringing together their user communities within consortia that will finance a team of engineers tasked with their maintenance and evolution. The InriaSoft headquarters are based in Rennes, as Claude Labit, director, and David Margery, technical director of this national action backed by the Fondation Inria, explain.
A year ago, Inria signed an agreement with UNESCO - opening the way to joint actions in favour of the preservation and sharing of software source code, in particular through the Software Heritage project which, for this occasion, launched its website in several language.
In 2017, Inria, in particular through the Software Heritage project, signed an agreement with UNESCO in favour of the preservation and sharing of software source code. Today, with the collection work continuing and increasing, UNESCO and Software Heritage are delighted to celebrate a new and crucial stage together: opening the doors of the biggest archive ever built, making the source code of tens of millions of preserved software programs accessible to all.