Digital preservation in 3 days flat

Digital preservation in 3 days flat: The AQuA approach to hacking and mashing 

The British Library has hosted the second of the AQuA Project’s mashup events, bringing together practitioners from Libraries and Archives with digital preservation and technical experts. Following the same format as the first event inLeeds, but scaling up to 30 attendees, 3 days were spent examining content challenges, developing solutions and sharing in the digital preservation journey. The results from the 3 days can be found here, although some final gardening tasks are still outstanding. We plan to tidy up, tag and categorize, and then merge with the results fromLeedsso I’d encourage interested readers to return again in a few weeks time.

Source: Open Planets Foundation

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