SCAPE Project Demo & Information Days Agenda

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SCAPE_logo_thumbThe SCAPE project invites you to a demo day where you can meet some of the SCAPE developers in their own environment. The developers will show you how you can benefit from the project results by integrating tools and services developed in SCAPE in your own preservation environment.

 

The Internet Memory Foundation
4 July, 13.30 – 16.30
Paris

This event will:

  • Introduce the SCAPE project and its outcomes
  • Present the Internet Memory infrastructure and the SCAPE platform, demonstrating the benefits of such infrastructure when dealing with large amount of data
  • Demonstrate Pagelyzer, a tool allowing visual Quality Assurance for web archives

 

The British Library
14 July, 09.30 – 13.00
London

This event will:

  • Give an overview of the SCAPE Project and its architecture
  • Show how Hadoop is used for large scale processing
  • Demonstrate use of the DRMLint tool (detection of DRM in PDFs and EPUBs)
  • Demonstrate use of Jpylyzer and Schematron tools for validating JPEG2000 files
  • Use of Nanite and C3PO in characterisation

 

To see the agendas and find out how to register, please visit: http://wiki.opf-labs.org/display/SP/Planned+Events

Please email the contact persons mentioned, if you would like to attend one of the events.

Looking forward to seeing you!

On behalf of the SCAPE Demo Team,

Jette Junge
Statsbiblioteket, Denmark

 

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