The popular hoster for software development and version control GitHub has made major efforts to preserve the history of programming for the distant future. It has captured a snapshot of selected repositories on February 2, 2020 and stored it on microfilm in an discontinued coale mine on Spitsbergen for the next 1000 years. And I am very glad to learn that biblatex-archaeology [v2.2] is part of it. This is the next pleasant surprise after the review by Anne Klammt in a German archaeological journal a few days ago. Learn more about the GitHub Archive Program.