The first part of the workshop will be a panel session at which David Giaretta (APARSEN), Ross King (SCAPE), and Ed Fay (OPF) will be discussing digital preservation.
On September 8 the SCAPE/ APARSEN workshop Digital Preservation Sustainability on the EU Level is held at London City University in connection with the DL2014 conference.
I would like to draw your attention to the new QA tool for finger detection on scans: https://github.com/openplanets/finger-detection-tool. This tool was developed by AIT in scope of the SCAPE project.
Checking to identify fingers on scan manually is a very time-consuming and error-prone process. You need a tool to help you: Fingerdet.
Fingerdet is an open source tool which:
This blog post continues a series of posts about the weeb archiving topic „ARC to WARC migration“, namely it is a follow-up on the posts „ARC to WARC migration: How to deal with de-duplicated records?“, and „Some reflections on scalable ARC to WARC migration“.
Do you want a quick intro to what SCAPE is all about?
Then you should watch the new SCAPE video!
The video will be used at coming SCAPE events like SCAPE demonstration days and workshops and it will be available on Vimeo for everyone to use. You can help us to disseminate this SCAPE video by tweeting using this link https://vimeo.com/99803729!
Hi, this is my first blog post in which I want to introduce the project I am currently working on: Flint.
Flint (File/Format Lint) has developed out of DRMLint, a lightweight piece of Java software that makes use of different third party tools (Preflight, iText, Calibre, Jhove) to detect DRM in PDF-files and EPUBs. Since its initial release we have added validation of files against an institutional policy, making use of Johan’s pdfPolicyValidate work, restructured it to be modular and easily extendible, and found ourselves having developed a rather generic file format validation framework.
Statsbiblioteket (The State and University Library, Aarhus, hereafter called SB) welcomed a group of people from The Royal Library, The National Archives, and Danish e-Infrastructure Cooperation on June 25, 2014. They were invited for our SCAPE Demo day where some of SCAPE’s results and tools were presented. Bjarne S.
Authors: Martin Schaller, Sven Schlarb, and Kristin Dill
In the SCAPE Project, the memory institutions are working on practical application scenarios for the tools and solutions developed within the project. One of these application scenarios is the migration of a large image collection from one format to another.