Why and how Software Heritage is building the universal software archive

Roberto Di Cosmo reveals the motivations behind the launch of Software Heritage, a project that has archived more than 3 billion unique source code files and 650 million unique commits.

By Roberto Di Cosmo
October 18, 2016
Biblioteca Vasconcelos, anaqueles. Biblioteca Vasconcelos, anaqueles. (source: ProtoplasmaKid on Wikimedia Commons)

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