What historical resources do we have for preserving early FPGA development? What web sites and peoples blogs are archiving this information?
Prior generations left a rich legacy of paper records, but so much of the early digital generation is being lost. We were lucky to get early Unix sources archived in the public domain.
What should be we tring to get released and archived to preserve the legacy of early FPGA tools?
Has someone managed to get sources reconstructed for early Altera and Xilinx tools and possibly released since they have little to no commercial value these days, and great historical value?