Delivering software preservation guidance<br />Neil Chue Hong<br />Software Preservation Study Workshop<br />
Resources for courses?<br />Work captured by this study has created a framework for defining software preservation<br />Ho...
Key decision points<br />You’re probably thinking about software preservation:<br />When your project is about to finish<b...
Software Preservation Flowchart<br />
Software Preservation Wizard<br />From OSS-Watch<br />Openness Rating<br />Wizard<br />
Dissemination<br />Passive dissemination<br />Briefing papers<br />Case studies<br />Website collecting experience and ref...
Over to you<br />What are the sources of information you would find most useful?<br />What would be the best ways of deliv...
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Preserving software workshop - Delivery mechanisms

A presentation by Neil Chue Hong, Director of the Software Sustainability Institute. Presented at the Preserving Software workshop, Brettenham House, London, 7 July 2010.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Transcripts - Preserving software workshop - Delivery mechanisms

  • 1. Delivering software preservation guidance<br />Neil Chue Hong<br />Software Preservation Study Workshop<br />
  • 2. Resources for courses?<br />Work captured by this study has created a framework for defining software preservation<br />How do we make this useful for others?<br />
  • 3. Key decision points<br />You’re probably thinking about software preservation:<br />When your project is about to finish<br />When you realise that the software you use is no longer being maintained<br />When you’re putting in a new proposal<br />Do you need different tools at different stages?<br />Or does it depend on the type of software?<br />
  • 4. Software Preservation Flowchart<br />
  • 5. Software Preservation Wizard<br />From OSS-Watch<br />Openness Rating<br />Wizard<br />
  • 6. Dissemination<br />Passive dissemination<br />Briefing papers<br />Case studies<br />Website collecting experience and references<br />Active dissemination<br />Workshops and surgeries<br />Training<br />In person<br />Online<br />Advocacy<br />Characteristics checklist<br />
  • 7. Over to you<br />What are the sources of information you would find most useful?<br />What would be the best ways of delivering these?<br />Will form the basis of follow-up work<br />So choose wisely <br />

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