The veraPDF consortium is pleased to announce the latest release of the
veraPDF <http://verapdf.org/> PDF/A validation software and test-suite
currently under development.
Highlights for this release are:
validation of all conformance criteria for ISO 19005-1 (PDF/A-1),
conformance level b;
a complete PDF/A-1b test corpus, including 200 new test-files:
PDF features reporting; and
a cross-platform installer.
Prototype features include:
PDF metadata fixing;
validation model and rules for PDF/A-1a, PDF/A-2 & PDF/A-3;
reporting in XML and HTML.
Download veraPDF 0.6 at:
Release notes are published at:
veraPDF’s goal is to deliver the definitive PDF/A validator for memory
institutions. We invite you to download
<http://downloads.verapdf.org/rel/verapdf-installer.zip> and test the
software. A guide
for the desktop interface is provided to help you get started. If you
encounter problems, or wish to make suggestions, please add them to the
project’s GitHub issue tracker
This release marks the one year point since veraPDF first began the design
phase in November 2014. The next release will include release candidates of
all eight PDF/A validation profiles. Further details are outlined in our
development roadmap <http://verapdf.org/roadmap/>.
Keep up to date with the latest developments of veraPDF by subscribing to
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Led by the Open Preservation Foundation <http://openpreservation.org/> and
the PDF Association <http://www.pdfa.org/>, the veraPDF consortium is
developing the definitive open source, file-format validator for all parts
and conformance levels of ISO 19005 (PDF/A). The software is designed to
meet the needs of memory institutions responsible for preserving digital
content for the long term.
The veraPDF consortium is funded by the PREFORMA
<http://www.preforma-project.eu/> project. PREFORMA (PREservation FORMAts
for culture information/e-archives) is a Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP)
project co-funded by the European Commission under its FP7-ICT Programme.
Becky McGuinness | Community Manager
@openpreserve | Skype: becky.mcguinness1
*Open Preservation Foundation*