Article on SDR published in D-Lib magazine

The SDR has five years of operational experience under its belt, and in this time has undergone a series of tests -- functional, technical, organizational tests -- that have proven to be important learning opportunities. These experiences, along with the general maturation of the larger digital preservation community, have informed the development of SDR 2.0, Stanford's second generation repository. Colleagues Tom Cramer and Katherine Kott co-wrote a paper, published this week in D-Lib magazine, on the topic. It's a good read for anyone interested in where the SDR has been, and where it is going. Here's the link:

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