Succeed Interoperability workshop report (2)
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On 2 October 2014, the Succeed project organised a technical workshop on the interoperability of digitization platforms at the National library of the Netherlands in The Hague. 19 researchers, librarians, and computer scientists from several European countries participated in the workshop.

The afternoon programme of the workshop further included a number of interactive sessions.

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Succeed Interoperability workshop report
Succeed Interoperability workshop report Succeed Interoperability workshop report Succeed Interoperability workshop report


“Speaking the same language is one thing, understanding what the other is saying is another…” Carl Wilson at the Succeed technical workshop on the interoperability of digitization platforms.

Interoperability is a term widely used to describe the ability of making systems and organisations work together (inter-operate). However, interoperability is not just about the technical requirements for information exchange. In a broader definition, it also includes social, political, and organisational factors that impact system to system performance and is related to questions of (commercial) power and market dominance .

On 2 October 2014, the Succeed project organised a technical workshop on the interoperability of digitization platforms at the National library of the Netherlands in The Hague. 19 researchers, librarians, and computer scientists from several European countries participated in the workshop.

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Panel discussion about further research and development projects
Panel discussion about further research and development projects Panel discussion about further research and development projects Panel discussion about further research and development projects


During the  Succeed Final Conference, that will take place in BnF (Paris, 28 November), a Panel Discussion will be held in order to explore funding opportunities for collaborative R&I projects and initiatives in Digitisation.

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Open Planets Foundation is becoming the Open Preservation Foundation
Open Planets Foundation is becoming the Open Preservation Foundation Open Planets Foundation is becoming the Open Preservation Foundation


The Open Planets Foundation announced today that it is changing its company name to the Open Preservation Foundation. The name change reflects the foundation’s core purpose and vision in the field of digital preservation while retaining its widely-known acronym, OPF. Continue reading