For those of you blissfully unaware of what PREMIS in METS is / looks like
(as I confess I was a year ago), take a look at
(search for 'premis:').
...let us be heard from red core to black sky
On 6 November 2017 at 09:56, Peter McKinney <[log in to unmask]>
> Please accept my apologies if you receive this multiple times.
> Help us update and improve our tools!
> You may be aware of the PREMIS in METS Toolbox [http://pim.fcla.edu/].
> This set of tools comprises:
> - A PREMIS in METS XML validation service;
> - A PREMIS to PiM/ PiM to PREMIS conversion service;
> - A digital object description service
> The PREMIS Editorial Committee and the METS board wish to update the
> toolbox. Currently, the PiM validation and conversion service only
> reflects the PREMIS 2.0 standard.
> The update also offers us an opportunity to re-examine the utility of the
> toolbox. We have been considering options for what the future state of the
> toolbox may look like and we would like your thoughts and consideration.
> We have set up a very quick survey to collect information on:
> - the scale of use of the toolbox
> - how it is used now
> - how people/ institutions wish to use it in the future.
> The survey is totally anonymous and will be open until the end of November.
> If you have any questions, or wish to send through any thoughts and
> comments, please reply to [log in to unmask]<mailto:
> [log in to unmask]>.
> We look forward to your responses!
> Peter McKinney | Digital Preservation Policy Analyst
> National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Mātauranga o Aoteatora
> Direct Dial: +64 4 462 3931 | http://digitalpreservation.natlib.govt.nz/
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