In Fall 2003, the Software Preservation Group (SPG) was formed by a group of trustees, staff, and volunteers to explore how to collect and preserve software
in support of the Museum mission. The work of the SPG includes:
Preserving and collecting software
Identifying best practices
Fostering an open alliance of the many broadly-based collecting efforts taking place today
The SPG maintains a web site describing its current projects, which include early FORTRAN, Lisp, and NLS/Augment.