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Software Preservation Group

by Michael L Powell last modified 2020-07-04 16:14

Welcome to the web site of the Computer History Museum's Software Preservation Group (formerly Software Collection Committee, or SCC)!

The Software Preservation Group (SPG) of the Computer History Museum is an early exploration of how to collect software in support of the museum's overall mission.

The work of the SPG includes:

  • Preserving and collecting software
  • Identifying and working with other people preserving and collecting software
  • Sponsoring and assisting software preservation and collection activity

This web site is used to:

  • display the works-in-progress: see Projects;
  • solicit assistance from potential volunteers and collaborators;
  • (and originally to communicate and coordinate the activities of the SPG).

Use the tabs in the navigation bar at the left to find information about the SPG, our current projects, and how you can help.


The Attic and The Parlor

On May 5, 2006, the Computer History Museum held a workshop “The Attic & the Parlor: A Workshop on Software Collection, Preservation & Access”. The proceedings and presentations are here.


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