Making IT Work
In May 2017 the National Museum of Computing and the BCS
Computer Conservation Society are organizing a joint two-day
meeting on the practice of computer conservation
“Making IT Work”.
The aim of the meeting is to bring together worldwide experience of computer and
software conservation practice.
The meeting will be over two days, as follows:
(Each lecture title is is link to the corresponding summary.)
Monday 22nd May 2017
Formal Conference at the BCS HQ, Southampton Street, London.
Tuesday 23rd May 2017
Workshop on Computer Restoration at TNMoC, Bletchley Park.
The workshop will focus on the museum’s principal restoration projects
including the Colossus, the Harwell Dekatron Computer, the EDSAC, the ICL 2966,
and the IRIS air-traffic control software.
The workshop will effectively be a conversation to share practical experience.
There will be a modest fee of £22.50 for attendance at this conference to cover lunch, printing and other costs.
Dinner on the 22nd is optional and will cost an additional £25 (drinks payable on the day).
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