Bastien Guerry at #swh5years « @_DINUM is looking into contributing [code] to the development of @swheritage and we encourage other public administrations to do the same »
Bastien Guerry at #swh5years « @_DINUM supports @SWHeritage because we publish open source code via a variety of software forges and we want to ensure its availability »
Keith Bergelt at #swh5years « we would like to make @swheritage [content-]searchable and use it as a prior art database to defend against software patent aggression »
Keith Bergelt at #swh5years « to enable patent protection for free/#opensource software developers, we need a permanent record for every bit of code »
Keith Bergelt at #swh5years « Open Innovation Network came to @SWHeritage, because if it didn't exist, we had to create it »
the 2nd French Plan for #OpenScience defines and promotes an #opensource software policy, says @marindacos at #swh5years. See: https://www.ouvrirlascience.fr/second-national-plan-for-open-science/ ("path three") .
now Peggy Oti-Boateng at #swh5years, presenting @UNESCO' Recommendation on #OpenScience, fresh off the press https://en.unesco.org/science-sustainable-future/open-science/recommendation
.@TawfikJelassi announces at #swh5years that @UNESCO and @Inria have renewed their collaboration agreement to support @SWHeritage for the next 4 years
.@TawfikJelassi at #swh5years: "in my first meeting with @rdicosmo we talked about my first programs in binary language". Geeks are everywhere!
.@TawfikJelassi at #swh5years: "software is an unique type of object that constitutes the foundation of our digital society"
Ass. Director General of UNESCO @TawfikJelassi: "@swheritage is a major archive to enable our digital future" #swh5years
.@SWHeritage is the largest publicly available archive of software source code in the world #swh5years
.@swheritage's mission is to collect, preserve forever, and make publicly available the entire body of software, in the preferred form for making modifications to it #swh5years
.@rdicosmo, quoting Hal Abelson, at #swh5years: "programs must be written for people to read, and only incidentally for machines to execute"
Computer Science full professor at Télécom Paris, Polytechnic Institute of Paris. Co-founder & CTO Software Heritage. Previously: Debian, Open Source Initiative board.
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