This report describes the current state of entity data in the Wikidata knowledge base for the domain of computing between January 2018 and October 2019.
Last week, the Software Preservation Network joined an amicus brief filed with the Supreme Court. In this blog post, I’ll say a little bit about the case, Allen v. Cooper, and, since this is the first time SPN has joined an …Continue Software Preservation Networks Joins Amicus Brief Filed with the Supreme Court
Presentation at the NYU Institute for Fine Arts’ workshop “Digital Preservation: Caring for Digital Art Objects.”
Panel presentation at Maintainers III in Washington, D.C. in October 2019 featuring perspectives on the materials that have to be maintained around the software in order to make the software meaningful including: research data curation librarian, service provider, legal expert, …Continue Software Curation: Intersection of Policy and Practice
FCoP Reflections Blog Post Series: In our last STACKTRACE update, we announced the kick-off of the FCoP Reflections Blog Post Series running August through May 2020 (the end of the FCoP grant). We are excited to share our first two …Continue FCoP Update August-September 2019
Spreading the Word Multithreading Software Preservation and Emulation August began with the day-long Multithreading Software Preservation and Emulation workshop at the Austin Public Library during the 2019 SAA Conference. The event included introductions to the Fostering Communities of Practice cohort …Continue EaaSI Update August – September 2019
The latest issue of SPN’s newsletter, Stacktrace, is now available! It includes: SPN’s Research Working Group Presents at iPres 2019 Member Profiles Published for Duke University, MIT Libraries, and University of Virginia Library Updates from SPN affiliated projects (EaaSI and …Continue Stacktrace: Volume 2, Issue 5 (Aug 2019 – Sept 2019)