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New users check in hereGuidelines and hints1 Topic · 1 PostLast post: Edit your profile · 1 year ago · John
All about TechArchivesLast post
Policies and priorities for the projectPlanning the future of TechArchives3 Topics · 5 PostsLast post: Mystery faces · 1 year ago · Seamus
Subject selectionIdentifying new topics and timeframes5 Topics · 6 PostsLast post: Irish Usenet Newsgroups: Do you re … · 1 year ago · SCHealy
Story collectionAdding new testimonies to the archives2 Topics · 2 PostsLast post: Career-length testimonies · 1 year ago · John
File preservationAdding documents, images and other digital content to the repository2 Topics · 2 PostsLast post: History of the Irish software indu … · 6 months ago · John
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Technology heritage in IrelandThe bigger picture4 Topics · 12 PostsLast post: Punched cards wanted · 3 months ago · rdfa@eircom.net
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The community meets here

The TechArchives project is expanding steadily. We hope to cover more and more aspects and eras of information technology in Ireland by collecting testimonies and by preserving digital evidence. In order to cover a broad range of topics and timeframes, however, we will need the input and perspectives of a broad range of people.

This forum is where you can have a say about the project’s activities and priorities. What subjects deserve more research ? What stories have we missed ? What material might be lost forever if it is not catalogued and stored now ?

In addition, TechArchives needs to interact with other IT history groups and initiatives, such as hardware collectors, web archivists and the alumni networks of individual companies. This forum offers a meeting place for everyone with an interest in technology heritage, supporting exchanges of knowledge and experience across this wider community.

Share your thoughts by joining the discussions on this page. Or by starting one on a new topic. You will need to register in order to take part, but we have kept the process simple and secure. And we will not share your personal details with anyone.

Rules of conduct

Professional conduct and communication are expected:

  • No abusive or slanderous language.
  • No sharing offensive or inappropriate material.
  • No spamming.
  • No sharing materials that belong to someone else, unless you have their permission.