We are pleased to announce the publication of the findings report and anonymised raw data from the OPF digital preservation community survey.
With responses gathered from 98 organisations in 31 countries, the results provide an interesting snapshot of the digital preservation landscape today.
Martin Wrigley, executive director of the OPF, says:
“These results provide important insights into the changing needs and priorities of the digital preservation community. As we celebrate our tenth year, they will inform our ongoing efforts to develop open standards and software for a community that shares a commitment to sustaining our digital legacy.”
Guidance notes, findings reports and raw data from previous OPF surveys can be found at openpreservation.org/resources/surveys/.
The recording of our community survey webinar has also been made available on our YouTube channel.
We would like to extend a big thank you to everyone who took part in the survey, and we encourage you to get in touch if you have any comments on the results – we’d love to hear from you!