Partway done with another readme on another set of scripts I've been working on getting out into the world
Are there any good blog posts/resources out there you know of that are like @bitsgalore 's Preserving Optical Media from the Command line guide but for hard drives?
I made a couple of Archivematica technical training and diagnostics videos, this is a Masto sneak peek! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZiwlG5eSMeya2RDkq0MsVDwrAqUaSlWC
Should File Identification and/or Characterization be added to the NDSA Levels of Digital Preservation? It's sort of hinted at or implied but not explicitly mentioned as an action.
It seems to be one of the most glaring omissions to me. And of course Siegfried, Fido, JHOVE, FITS, and DPF Manager are fun to use. There's nothing like Siegfried's anvil of truth.
FIDO 1.3.10 is out! This includes PRONOM v94 signatures, via @ablwr https://github.com/openpreserve/fido/releases/tag/v1.3.10-94
MoMA's unionized workers have been without a contract since May 20: http://www.artnews.com/2018/08/06/moma-union-demonstrates-negotiations-museum-continue/
"We are curators, librarians, visitor services, stewards, accounting, and we are in contract negotiations. We thank you for your support and we have a museum. Solidarity forever is our message."
(cc @TeamMidwest )
@andrewjbtw In the future, they have computer time travel access to files in the past, rendering digital preservation obsolete. But they still haven't figured out how to keep from altering the timestamps
I'm all 👀 👂 about this project.
Need video capture help
Trying to capture video and audio through v4l2 using #ffmpeg, but I also need to preview it. How is this usually done? Do you split the signal to a monitor, or would you use -f tee in ffmpeg and split the output to a pipe?
Tired of the Mac vs. Windows grind? A post for how and why you can freshen up your experience with Linux for everyday computing. (Come join the dark side, gooble gobble, and all that jazz)
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