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Anyone willing to preserve digital content must be aware of events that might constitute a relevant risk. In SCAPE we are developing tools that will allow you to detect risks before they cause any irreversible damage. Help us understand the preservation events, threats and opportunities, you find more relevant and the ways you would like […]

By lfaria, posted in lfaria's Blog

30th Jan 2014  10:05 AM  13808 Reads  2 Comments

What is preservation watch? The reason why we should worry about preservation of digital content and why some preservation action needs to be done is closely related to the idea that content is at risk. The risk relates to the potential of losing something of value, weighted against the potential of gaining something of value. […]

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16th Dec 2013  5:31 PM  13757 Reads  No comments

The Database Preservation Toolkit allows conversion between Database formats, including connection to live systems, for purposes of digitally preserving databases. The toolkit allows conversion of live or backed-up databases into preservation formats such as DBML, an XML format created for the purpose of database preservation. The toolkit also allows conversion of the preservation formats back […]

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7th Oct 2013  4:10 PM  12745 Reads  No comments

Monitoring the environment is an essential task of the adaptability of a system and is very important for digital preservation. The SCAPE Automatic Watch Component will do just that, and the design of the component architecture has just been released at: D12.1 – Preservation Watch Component Architecture Draft The component will allow answering of questions […]

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3rd Feb 2012  2:52 PM  10948 Reads  No comments