Once of my favourite places to visit is the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. It's pretty easy to forget that the software and hardware we can use today came from some of the things on display there. But I didn't realise, until today, that the museum also has a significant holding of old source code. That code repository was extended with the acquisition of the email client, Eudora. The museum has been negotiating with Qualcomm for a while and has acquired the ownership of the code, the Eudora trademarks, the copyrights, and the Eudora domain names. And it's all available under the BSD open source license.