Practical Tools for Digital Preservation: A hack-a-thon

Practical Tools for Digital Preservation: A hack-a-thon 

The Open Planets Foundation and the Digital Preservation Coalition invite you to a hack-a-thon at the DPC office in York27th-29th September.

This ‘hack-a-thon’ is designed to bridge the gap between collections owners and developers in the development of practical tools for preservation. It will provide a forum for practical problem solving. It will help collection owners to articulate their requirements in ways that developers can address; and will help developers respond more precisely to the needs of a community hungry for solutions.

Source: Digital Preservation Coalition

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