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  1. Cassandra Sijtsma

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Category: Communication

Description: At the National Archives of the Netherlands, we are collecting both theoretical and practical research on significant properties, and are working on a definition and database of so-called ‘significant significant properties’: those properties of informationtypes that most preservation practitioners consider significant inmost contexts. Our work is meant as a starting point for a shared, community-owned database with knowledge on significant properties, similar to the UK National Archives’ PRONOM technical registry and Yale University Library’s Wikidata initiative towards a digital preservation technical information data management system. This poster won the iPres 2018 award for the popular poster vote.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


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