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Report of the Format Notification and Obsolescence Service (AONSII)

Pearson, David; Walker, Matthew
Fonte: Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories Publicador: Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories
Tipo: Working/Technical Paper
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This document reports on the outcome of the Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories (APSR) AONS II software development project. During the 2007 development cycle, the project aimed: “To refine the Automatic Obsolescence Notification System (AONS) developed in an earlier stage of APSR, to a platform-independent downloadable tool that automatically provides information from authoritative international registries to support decisions on preservation action required to retain access to information resources stored in repositories”. The software developed during this project was intended to serve the national interests by providing infrastructure to improve the long-term preservation of digital materials in: • Local standalone repositories; • Networked enterprise repositories; and • Federated large scale repository structures. The target repositories for the use of this software exist in education, research and library sectors but, as an open source product there are many more potential users. The basis for this project was the 2006 APSR AONS I prototype software project which was a collaboration between the NLA and the Australian National University (ANU), the software developer. The AONS II project refined and extended the work of this earlier project.; Part II of the AONS Project was designed to provide an operational service. This report outlines the development of that service and gives details for potential users.

Fading away: The problem of digital sustainability

Kingsley, Danny
Fonte: ANU Reporter Publicador: ANU Reporter
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The challenges of keeping our memories alive in a digital age.

High recognition for digital data program

Fonte: On Campus Magazine Publicador: On Campus Magazine
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AONS System Documentation

Curtis, Joseph
Fonte: Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories Publicador: Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories
Tipo: Working/Technical Paper
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AONS (Automated Obsolescence Notification System) is a system to analyse digital repositories and determine whether any digital objects contained therein may be in danger of becoming obsolescent. It uses perservation information about file formats and the software which supports these formats to determine if the formats used by digital objects are in danger. The information used is gleaned from various registries (PRONOM1 and LCSDF2) and stored in a MySQL3 database. AONS will then periodically check the contents of the repository for formats in danger of becoming obsolescent. When the repository is found to contain such formats a notification report will be sent to the repository manager responsible. AONS supports multiple repositories with fully independent scheduling. Currently AONS only supports the DSpace4 digital repository; however, the interface between the repository and AONS is simple and well defined and it shouldn't be too hard to extend to other repositories in the future.; This preliminary report provides technical information related to the AONS (Automated Obsolescence Notification System) Project. See also "Report of the Format Notification and Obsolescence Service (AONSII)" by David Pearson and Matthew Walker.