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DCC Workshop: Repository Preservation Infrastructure - Dec 2, London

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Andreas Aschenbrenner <[log in to unmask]>

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Repository Preservation Infrastructure (REPRISE) (co-organised by the 
OGF Repositories Group, OGF-Europe, D-Grid/WissGrid)
Venue: Digital Curation Conference - Millennium Gloucester Hotel & 
Conference Centre London Kensington, UK
Wednesday 2 December, 2009 - 14:00-17:30

Register Now - http://www.dcc.ac.uk/events/dcc-2009/
(£45.00 for Associates Network members; £60.00 for non-members)


Following on from the successful Repository Curation Service 
Environments (RECURSE) Workshop at IDCC 2008, this workshop discusses 
digital repositories and their specific requirements for/as preservation 
infrastructure, as well as their role within a preservation environment.

Digital repositories in various shapes and sizes are the basis for 
management and long-term retention of data (e.g. text publications, 
research data, multimedia). Some repositories have existed over a number 
of years, and have had to adapt to changes in their organisational and 
technological contexts. For example, organisational changes or 
cooperation across repositories may demand the translation of meta/data 
between the diverse contexts. Their experiences give insight into the 
kind of pro-active flexibility needed to sustain the repository and 
adapt to changes. This workshop aims to tap into these experiences and 
discuss technical features and shared services (beyond format 
registries, for example) for an open repository environment.
Discussion points: open repository environment, preservation 
infrastructure, interoperability of repository services, (automatic) 
meta/data creation and mediation.

Speakers at the event include:
• Andreas Aschenbrenner, SUB Goettingen, WissGrid - Curation 
Infrastructure for Research Data
• Ross King, Austrian Institute of Technology - The Planets 
Interoperability Framework
• John Kunze, California Digital Library - Preservation is not a Place
• Paolo Missier, University of Manchester - Provenance in distributed 
environments to establish trust
• Andy Powell, Eduserv - Open and Social Information Environments
• Andrew Treloar, Australian National Data Service  - The Australian 
National Data Service and loosely-coupled verb-based architectures

The goal of the Digital Repositories Research Group (DR-RG) is to 
analyze how digital repositories can be built on top of federated 
storage infrastructure, focusing on the exploitation of existing 
data-related standards and the identification of need for new or revised 
data-related standards.

The group is currently collecting metadata use-cases in order to survey 
metadata handling in various DR communities, the groups will also carry 
out an architecture study highlighting the architecture of several 
digital repositories in order to identify the potential for exploitation 
of existing standards as well as the need for new or revised standards.

The workshop will be held at the 5th International Digital Curation 
Conference "Moving to Multi-Scale Science: Managing Complexity and 
Diversity" 2-4 December 2009 Millennium Gloucester Hotel Kensington, 
London - http://www.dcc.ac.uk/events/dcc-2009/

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