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Now that the subproject lead in PW is being transferred from me to Kresimir, it seems a good time to reflect a little on what we have achieved in PW since February 2011 and what is left to do! What did we set out to do? To accomplish effective digital preservation, environments with a preservation […]

By cbecker, posted in cbecker's Blog

23rd Jul 2013  9:20 AM  12774 Reads  No comments

Remote emulation has been a topic in digital preservation for a while. Several approaches to it have been explored and the feasibility of some stable prototype is pretty good. There are several different ways to achieve the separation into a server able to run the complex stuff and a rather simple client mostly limited to […]

By Dirk von Suchodoletz, posted in Dirk von Suchodoletz's Blog

19th May 2011  10:57 AM  13911 Reads  No comments