Publisher: institute for contemporary history, Co-publisher: Computer History Museum, Project supported by the City of Ljubljana.
More on the symposium: https://www.racunalniski-muzej.si/en/legacy-of-advanced-infromatization/
Institute for contemporary history and Computer History Museum in Ljubljana have just released an e-publication on the topic of software heritage perservation.
Link to e-publication: https://sistory.github.io/The_Legacy_of_Advanced_Informatization/index-sl.html
Roberto Di Cosmo (UNESCO Software Heritage), Software Heritage: the universal archive of software source codes
Saša Divjak (professor Emeritus Faculty of Computer and Information Science University of Ljubljana), Development and obsolescence of programs – the programmer’s challenge and nightmare
Primož Jakopin, From BESS to EVA, archival challenge
Nataša Milić-Frayling (founder and CEO Intact Digital Ltd, professor Emerita, University of Nottingham), Towards the sustained use of software for long-term access to digital heritage
Boštjan Špetič (Head of Collections, Computer History Museum), Partner – Forever young
Matija Šuklje (Senior legal council, Liferay), Legal challenges of archiving software
Franc J. Zakrajsek (Urban Planning Institute, Ljubljana), Pioneering Computer Support in Urban Planning, 1970–1985
Silvana Žorž (Digital humanist), Are values in software development time-critical or can they be stored?