Meet the team, members, and partners behind our strategy and projects.
The Open Preservation Foundation sustains technology and knowledge for the long-term management of digital cultural heritage, in all its forms. We provide our members with reliable solutions to the challenges of digital preservation through technology stewardship, knowledge exchange, and advocacy and alliances. Founded in 2010 as the Open Planets Foundation to sustain the results of […]
Meet our members.
We work with partner organisations to promote synergies in the development of digital practices and tools and reduce duplication of effort.
Meet the people behind our strategy, activities and projects.
We participate in national and international projects to develop software, services and best practice which benefit our members. We have supported projects by providing shared infrastructure for collaboration and by providing a sustainable home for project outputs. Take a look at our active projects below. Past projects can be seen on our archive.
The Open Preservation Foundation is an international, not-for-profit membership organisation enabling shared solutions for effective and efficient digital preservation. Membership fees are set by the Board of Directors and were last updated in June 2015. Why become an OPF member? Our members share a commitment to advancing digital preservation and work together to further our shared […]
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