FCoP 2020 Cohort Reflections: University of Virginia

The University of Virginia Library was interested in the Fostering a Community of Practice grant from the Software Preservation Network as a way to further develop and test our born digital archiving and preservation workflows for software and software-dependent digital …Continue FCoP 2020 Cohort Reflections: University of Virginia

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FCoP 2020 Cohort Reflections: University of Arizona

Like many institutions of higher education, the University of Arizona (UA) is currently evaluating ways to mitigate the significant economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic by finding ways to cut costs across all areas of the research enterprise. These include …Continue FCoP 2020 Cohort Reflections: University of Arizona

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Stacktrace: Volume 3, Issue 3 (Apr 2020 – May 2020)

The latest issue of SPN’s newsletter, Stacktrace, is now available! It includes: SPN Law & Policy Updates, including a Call for Remote Access DMCA Stories  Upcoming Quarterly Community Forum featuring FCoP Cohort Updates from SPN affiliated projects (EaaSI and FCoP) …Continue Stacktrace: Volume 3, Issue 3 (Apr 2020 – May 2020)

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EaaSI Update April – May 2020

Project Updates The next major release of the EaaSI platform is out!!! EaaSI “v2020.03” (forgive us the delay, but we’re sure everyone understands) incorporates PortalMedia’s beautiful new UI design on top of the nodes’ familiar Emulation-as-a-Service functionality, and went out …Continue EaaSI Update April – May 2020

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FCoP Update April – May 2020

Capstone meeting On April 27th, the FCoP cohort leads, research fellow (Amelia Acker, PhD), and project staff convened for the culminating final meeting of the project to share lessons-learned and begin exploring an agenda for future work within the broad …Continue FCoP Update April – May 2020

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Comments of the Software Preservation Network in re Public Access to Peer-Reviewed Scholarly Publications, Data and Code Resulting From Federally Funded Research

Formal comments submitted by the Software Preservation Network to the Office of Science and Technology Policy in response to a Request for Information regarding “Public Access to Peer-Reviewed Scholarly Publications, Data and Code Resulting From Federally Funded Research.” Thank you …Continue Comments of the Software Preservation Network in re Public Access to Peer-Reviewed Scholarly Publications, Data and Code Resulting From Federally Funded Research

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Software Preservation Quarterly Community Forum (Fall 2020)

The Software Preservation Network invites you to join us for the upcoming Quarterly Software Curation & Preservation Community Forum taking place on Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 8 am PT-10 am CT-11 am ET-3 pm UTC. Each quarter, we invite …Continue Software Preservation Quarterly Community Forum (Fall 2020)

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FCoP Update February – March 2020

Outreach and Advocacy International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC) We initially announced acceptance of FCoP cohort proposals to IDCC and Code4Lib 2020 in our November – October 2019 update and both events took place in the last two months. IDCC took …Continue FCoP Update February – March 2020

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A Law and Policy Bonanza for SPN in February and March 2020

It’s been an extremely busy couple of months in the law and policy realm for SPN. We have multiple Supreme Court case updates, comments filed on the next Register of Copyrights, and much, much more. Here’s the bullet-point version: The …Continue A Law and Policy Bonanza for SPN in February and March 2020

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Stacktrace: Volume 3, Issue 2 (Feb 2020 – Mar 2020)

The latest issue of SPN’s newsletter, Stacktrace, is now available! It includes: SPN-wide initiatives, including a bonanza of law and policy activities  Upcoming Quarterly Community Forum A COVID-19 reading list and resources Updates from SPN affiliated projects (EaaSI and FCoP) …Continue Stacktrace: Volume 3, Issue 2 (Feb 2020 – Mar 2020)

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EaaSI Update February – March 2020

EaaSI at Home EaaSI staff have had to adjust as we, our home institutions, and our project partners all look to put the safety of our communities above all. We are fortunate that our distributed team very quickly transitioned to …Continue EaaSI Update February – March 2020

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FCoP 2020 Cohort Reflections: University of Illinois

Involvement with the FCoP cohort has afforded and required prioritization of my attention and resources to closely engage with software preservation and emulation concerns. Our institution is steadily acquiring born-digital collections some of which include content created in complex, domain-specific …Continue FCoP 2020 Cohort Reflections: University of Illinois

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FCoP 2020 Cohort Reflections: Georgia Tech

“I will be graduating with my degree in Computer Science at the end of this year. My junior design project is actually sourced around being able to use technology to connect medical mission trips to areas like Haiti and Vietnam …Continue FCoP 2020 Cohort Reflections: Georgia Tech

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Historical Quasi-Artifacts and Interdepartmental Teams

Our Motley Crew The EaaSI node here at Carnegie Mellon began as a collaboration between two Computer Science Liaison Librarians — Jessica Benner and Huajin Wang–a project archivist with University Archives — Emily Davis — and a computer scientist and …Continue Historical Quasi-Artifacts and Interdepartmental Teams

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Multithreading Software Preservation: A Software Preservation and Emulation Workshop

The EaaSI (Yale University) and Fostering a Community of Practice (Cal Poly) projects, both affiliated efforts of the Software Preservation Network (SPN), invites your participation for a full-day workshop in August 2019, in conjunction with the Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting, to explore software …Continue Multithreading Software Preservation: A Software Preservation and Emulation Workshop

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Emulation: Enthusiasts and Skeptics Learning Side-by-Side (Node Reflections: Notre Dame)

Notre Dame started with the EaaSI project a little more than a year ago.We hoped that engaging in the pilot phase implementation cohort would help focus our institutional efforts at software preservation. Some of us on the team began the …Continue Emulation: Enthusiasts and Skeptics Learning Side-by-Side (Node Reflections: Notre Dame)

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FCoP Update December 2019 – January 2020

Where to connect with FCoP Cohort members? A friendly reminder that you can find members of the FCoP cohort at IDCC in February facilitating the “Preparation and Process: Software Preservation and Emulation for Research Data” workshop (Tracy Popp @ University …Continue FCoP Update December 2019 – January 2020

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EaaSI Update December 2019 – January 2020

Dotting the I’s and Crossing the T’s The beta release of the updated EaaSI UI is due for release in the coming month. As we approach this deadline, the teams at OpenSLX and PortalMedia are busy putting the final touches …Continue EaaSI Update December 2019 – January 2020

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Stacktrace: Volume 3, Issue 1 (Dec 2019 – Jan 2020)

The latest issue of SPN’s newsletter, Stacktrace, is now available! It includes: SPN-wide initiatives, including a list of our 2019 accomplishments  Software Preservation Bibliography Published by SPN’s Training & Education Working Group Updates from SPN affiliated projects (EaaSI and FCoP) …Continue Stacktrace: Volume 3, Issue 1 (Dec 2019 – Jan 2020)

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Emulating the International Monetary Fund Government Finance Statistics CD-ROMs (Node Reflections: Stanford)

Stanford University Libraries is thrilled to be participating in the Emulation-as-a-Service Infrastructure project (EaaSI). This is an effort to build a distributed network for sharing and preserving software led by Yale University Libraries with the generous support of the Andrew …Continue Emulating the International Monetary Fund Government Finance Statistics CD-ROMs (Node Reflections: Stanford)

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