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The aim of the workshop is to highlight the importance of standardisation and file format validation for the long term preservation of digital cultural content, present the open source conformance checkers developed in the project and the business models that can be built around them, and involve memory institutions outside the PREFORMA consortium in testing, […]

By Becky, posted in Becky's Blog

7th Mar 2017  12:00 AM  0 Reads  No comments

Last week I attended the PREFORMA Experience Workshop in Berlin. The Open Preservation Foundation and PDF Association are leading veraPDF. The morning focused on use cases for conformance checkers from memory institutions and the afternoon explored the PREFORMA challenge with an overview of the testing phase which starts in January 2017. This was followed by […]

By Becky, posted in Becky's Blog

2nd Dec 2016  7:31 AM  661 Reads  No comments

Following the successful Open Source Workshop, organised in Stockholm in April this year, the PREFORMA project invites all the members of the digital preservation community to attend the Experience Workshop – Improving long-term digital preservation, which will be held in Berlin on November 23, 2016. The aim of the workshop is to demonstrate the use of the conformance […]

By Becky, posted in Becky's Blog

23rd Nov 2016  12:00 AM  0 Reads  No comments

The Open Preservation Foundation and Digital Preservation Coalition, with support from the European Commission and the PREFORMA project, invite members to a briefing day on preserving PDF at Oxford University on Wednesday 15th July 2015. PDF is a ubiquitous format for publishing and sharing digital documents. It provides a useful tool for dissemination and because […]

By Becky, posted in Becky's Blog

15th Jul 2015  10:00 AM  0 Reads  No comments

Overview This webinar introduces the aims and progress of veraPDF in the first phase of the project. OPF and DPC members were invited to respond to two working documents, which described the software design. This feedback was incorporated in the final project reports. Session lead Ed Fay, Open Preservation Foundation

By Becky, posted in Becky's Blog

3rd Feb 2015  12:00 PM  0 Reads  No comments