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The PREFORMA project is running a webinar series throughout September. The final webinar focuses on veraPDF. Overview The PREFORMA project’s prototyping phase finishes at the end of 2016. The veraPDF consortium will be producing a v1.0 release candidate of the software library and applications in December 2016. This webinar demonstrates the current state of veraPDF […]
The PREFORMA project is running a webinar series throughout September. The second webinar focuses on MediaConch. Program: Background and context of MediaConch project, Dave Rice (5 minutes) Functionality and usage of MediaConch software, Dinah Handel (10 minutes) Demonstration of software, Dave Rice and Dinah Handel (10 minutes) Future directions of the project, Dave Rice (5 […]
The PREFORMA project is running a webinar series throughout September. The first webinar focuses on DPF Manager. Programme: DPF Manager introduction DPF Manager Demo How to contribute Future of DPF Manager Q&A Outline: DPF Manager is a multi-platform application and a framework designed to empower end users and developers to gain full control over the […]
Programme: 1. Background and context, Börje Justrell (10 mins) 2. The PCP/PPI instrument and how it is implemented in PREFORMA, Antonella Fresa (10 mins) 3. The PREFORMA Challenge, Bert Lemmens (10 mins) 4. How to contribute and next appointments, Claudio Prandoni (10 mins) 5. Q&A Outline: Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) is a competition-like method designed to […]
For anyone dealing with a relatively small number of records, compared to say an internet or data archive, a reasonable process for ingest of material into your digital preservation system might be: 1. Process files with a file format identification tool 2. Per 1. process files with a file format validation tool 3. Per 1. […]
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