I've never taken so many screenshots as I did during this morning's Preservation Action Registries thingy.
It's like PCDM for digipres (but not really).
code4lib diversity scholarships are open! It's what got me to my first code4lib in 2012, when I couldn’t have otherwise afforded it. It’s a great opportunity. https://2019.code4lib.org/general-info/scholarships
I’m going to start blocking out the periods of time when my students are working on my calendar just so I don’t have to simultaneously go to meetings (or lead them) AND have to field digitization questions that come up.
I have 3 students here now (2 of them just started this week). I just lead a digital preservation meeting with incoming slack questions and want to die.
No Time to Wait 3: Rough Consensus and Running Archives is happening right now.
A FREE two-day symposium focused on open media, open standards, and digital audiovisual preservation hosted by British Film Institute and MediaArea.net.
More info at https://mediaarea.net/NoTimeToWait3
Catch the livestream at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3mthecCNRM
Got ideas for topics and themes for #iPRES2019? @iPRES2019 invites you to share them! Submit your suggestions to the #iPRES2019 Community Invitation Google Form between Oct 15 - Oct 22. We look forward to creating an #iPRES2019 program around the topics of greatest interest to you! https://goo.gl/forms/7eSHB7dqWj4ycisO2
ZFS filesystems have prevented data loss for me over the years. After installing some sketchy software yesterday & getting nothing but kernel panics on my MacBook Pro, I was able to roll back to a system snapshot from an hour earlier thanks to macOS’s APFS. Panics are gone and I don’t have to re-edit this ProRes derivative video.
Technically not digital preservation but ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.
I should note that the preservation ffv1/mkv capture is safe on a ZFS system and S3. 😉
glad Asepsis was forked because these hidden files are cramping my style
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