Panagiotis Papageorgiou discusses the journey to and impact of winning the Research and Innovation Award funded by the SSI, at the lastest edition of the Digital Preservation Awards.
SSI Fellow Leontien Talboom discusses their panel session at iPres which discussed further themes and topics from the computational access guide.
Celebrating the achievements of individuals and organisations who have made significant and innovative contributions to creating a sustainable future for our digital assets.
The Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) is pleased to announce that its new Beginners Guide to Computational Access is now publicly available.
The Call for Contributions for iPres 2022 is open. The iPres2022 Programme Committee invites original contributions that will develop the theory and practice of digital preservation.
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By Daina Bouquin, Christopher Ball, Anna-Lena Lamprecht, Catherine Jones, Tyler J. Skluzacek. Containers, virtual machines, Jupyter notebooks, web applications, and data visualisations that run in a browser are all examples of complex digital objects made up of multiple components. Each of those components may have unique dependencies (hardware, software, external datasets, etc.) and different “authors”. Each component will also have different expected functionalities and may even have different licenses.