IFIP WG2.1 has continuing responsibility for
This page collects some information about those languages.
digitized back issues of The Algol Bulletin
. He requests:
I am trying to contact authors of papers that have appeared in The Algol
Bulletin, as I am starting to produce an electronic version and need to get
the authors' permission to reproduce their copyright material digitally.
If you contributed to The Algol Bulletin, please contact me at
c/o Peta Walmisley, British Computer Society, 7 Mansfield Mews, London W1G 9NJ.
The whole archive is now freely available at the
Computer History Museum
It is also accessible through the
ACM Digital Library
who provide PDF documents of the many articles; but to access this resource
you need to be an ACM DL subscriber (or create a free ACM account).
N. Landsteiner of Mass:Werk in Austria has converted the Algol 60
W. B. Kloke
of The University of
Dortmund has converted the
Revised Report on the Algorithmic Language ALGOL 68
to HTML (and also to
(In case these links are broken, there is a copy of the HTML version at
A "completed and corrected" version of Kloke's HTML conversion is available at the Algol 68 Genie
Algol 68 Genie is a GNU GPL'ed implementation of Algol 68 for Windows, Linux, and Mac.
Wikipedia has quote a lot of information about the Algol family of languages
with pages specific to Algol 60
The Open Directory Project
maintains a page about
and another about
Software Preservation Group
at the Computer History Museum
maintains a collection of resources about Algol 58, Algol 60, and Algol 68
maintains a web page about
historic documents in computer science
which includes some information on Algol 68.
owns the domain name
, and maintains there a
collection of Algol 68 resources.
The Ershov archives
contain a lot of Algol 68 and IFIP WG 2.1 related material
There is a LinkedIn group
devoted to Algol68.
- 28 Oct 2013