[Moims-dai] Today's Discussion
david at giaretta.org
Tue Mar 15 09:39:38 UTC 2016
I agree with Don's concern. Perhaps it would be better to change:
" adding additional information over time to keep the information
understandable and re-usable over the long term."
" adding additional information over the life of the project as the basis
for keeping the information understandable and re-usable over the long
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Subject: Re: [Moims-dai] Today's Discussion
As I was unable to participate in last week's telecon, I'm not sure I
understand the proposed scope as stated below. The title seems fine to me,
but the title and the statement below would seem to include activities by an
Archive to keep its information understandable to a Designated Community.
If this is the intent, it would greatly expand the scope beyond the life of
an information project. I think this would detract from the needed focus for
projects to upgrade their consideration for long term preservation of the
information they are creating.
On Mar 1, 2016, at 12:52 PM, Mark Conrad <mark.conrad at nara.gov> wrote:
> Recommended Practices for Information Preparation to Enable Long Term Use
> Rather than focus on the stages of any particular lifecycle the document
would focus on recommended practices for creating/collecting information and
adding additional information over time to keep the information
understandable and re-usable over the long term.
> We would be interested in other members of the groups feedback on this
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