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On 11th October we held our first JHOVE online hack day. Our aim was to catalogue error messages produced by JHOVE to get a better understanding of their meaning and potential preservation impact. Background: organising an online hack day We have been considering running online hackathons because attending face-to-face events has become more difficult as […]
JHOVE is a great tool for validating content, such as PDFs, however much of the validation output given is difficult to understand. The aim of this online hack day is to enhance our knowledge about JHOVE errors – to create descriptions of errors and to identify example files, as well as to start to understand […]
During March and April 2015 the OPF assumed stewardship of JHOVE after the existing maintainer, Gary McGath, expressed his wish to step down. The OPF’s initial aims were to take ownership of the JHOVE resources and establish sustainable home for the project on GitHub. Following this we’ve updated the build, testing and distribution process for […]
Practical experiences with archiving PDF files This webinar deals with archiving PDF files. As PDF files in our repository have myriad data producers, the heterogeneity of PDF files is overwhelming. Unfortunately this means the creation of errors as well. Usually, the original data producers cannot be contacted any more, therefore we have to do the […]
The CINES is a French centre whose one of its main missions is digital archiving. The team in charge of this task is made up of archivists, developers and files formats experts. They have developed a platform called PAC (Plateforme d’Archivage du CINES for Archiving Platform of the CINES) through which users can check their […]
By Franklin Boumda, posted in Franklin Boumda's Blog