Little by little i'm preserving my IBM PC software collection with my kryoflux. Where do I upload this? I see Apple people have the Asimov ftp site and I'm sure Amiga and Atari people have a site. What about PC?
Don't bother. You will not receive anything, ever. I sent a bunch of PC stuff way back in 2013 and NEVER got anything back. Don't feed the hoarders.
Yeah I saw that. I’m not bothering with them anymore. I prefer to use my time to give it to people who appreciate it and give it back to the community.
SPS is working with other institutions all over Europe in EFGAMP to direct politics into the right direction. Law is changing, and orphaned works might get exemptions. When the law allows it, SPS will make games available to the public. In the US it is different. You put something up where you think it's ok and rights holders can supply a takedown notice if they think something is violating their rights. In the EU it's a clear violation and offenders pay for damages.
It doesn't help to set up another download site that will be closed due to copyright infringement. Yes, these games are old but if the law says they are still protected then they are.
I'd say give it to as many as you deem appropriate (check the law though if it's ok depending on your jurisdiction), but if your only concern is "getting back"... that's tricky as of today.
If you're wondering where SPS has been active over the years: many institutions all over the world have started preserving digital assets and SPS has been helping getting people trained and on track to properly image floppy disks. I understand this is not solving your immediate need but it helps spreading the knowledge and making sure that this knowledge is accessible in the future.
This is on top of the thousands of images SPS has processed and given to contributors. Also, for the avoidance of doubt, the creation of IPF images is not with the push of a button or command line (like for some third party tools), but an operator based process interacting with a specialised software. SPS has planned to shift a lot of this functionality into KryoFlux (in contrast to 2001, there's now enough processing power for things like "AI"), giving users more options and freedom.