@despens Supposedly that's how it's done. Makes me wonder what happens when I try to save APPLET.CLASSPATH to the same directory.
@aparrish Would kickstart all of these movies, especially the NYC living in the woodland.
@joe die trying = kry-oh..-fuck?
@andrewjbtw I'll check that report again next week.
@andrewjbtw oh... too late
@sabrams All of my darkweb purchases.
@tvc15 I have not gone through it officially, but use it. If you use it to the extent of, "we fail I and V and it's useless to discuss VI-XVI until we commit to doing I and V" it can be good. Agreed some of the stuff is a bit more research repositories, but it's honestly not that bad.
@andrewjbtw Can you filter for ?'s in URLs or maybe ='s and &'s . It might cut down on the query stuff even if it over restricts on article names.
@mickylindlar We're developing something for ourselves right now. Some categories like fading get a grade, some like shrinkage get a percentage measurement
Here's our draft json schema for it.
but we're still in draft. I'd recommend talking to Indiana University. They're knee-deep in film digitization right now.
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@platypus If you use pandas, I found out this morning that their split method incorporates re.split by default.
@joe @JhenrySimpson Here's the relevant code in the debagger. It will work with either configuration. https://github.com/artefactual/archivematica/blob/0c748d9f448b8d18961fc8cb764c0149e56fd11b/src/MCPClient/lib/clientScripts/verifyAndRestructureTransferBag.py#L54
I personally like the putting everything in /data mostly because there's less for me to think about and a little because checksumming submission docs isn't a terrible idea.
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