Roberto Di Cosmo of Software Heritage joins Doc Searls and Simon Phipps on FLOSS Weekly to discuss the challenges of giving life to forgotten development languages. There are 7000 languages known around the world today, but there are over 8000 programming languages known. Di Cosmo shares why it's important to keep these legacy programming languages accessible for research and development for future projects. Watch FLOSS Weekly each Wednesday on TWiT TV.
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