Suggested highlights for the review

All WP leaders to add one suggested highlight of Year 2 from their WP on this page for possible mention at the beginning of the review. A selection will be made by Ruben Riestra.

WP Highlight of Year 2
WP11 Common vision  
WP13 Coordination of common standards  
WP14 Common testing environments  
WP16 Common tools, software repository and market place  
WP21 Preservation services Mapping the landscape of preservation services, matching "demand" side (user needs) against "supply" (available services) in a novel and illuminating way.
WP22 Identifiers and citability  
WP23 Storage solutions  
WP25 Interoperability and intelligibility T2510 & T2530: Extensive gathering of related information (including projects, initiatives, models, services and standards concerning interoperability in digital preservation) and grouping of the material according to various perspectives (in D25.1). Gap analysis and proposed corrective actions, objectives and guidelines for optimizing the possibilities for interoperability in the digital preservation landscape and defragmenting the current ecosystem of solutions and approaches. T2520: Progress of the required technical research and 3 related publications.
WP27 Scalability Mapped the relevant scalability parameters and collected data relevant to scalability
WP32 Cost/benefit data collection and modelling  
WP36 Business cases  
WP41 External Workshops, symposia and events Organized/co-organized 9 events and provided coordination input to another 4 events
WP42 Formal qualifications Methodology for analysis established
Topical coverage of European offerings analyzed
Shortcomings in current provisioning identified, with recommendations
WP43 Training courses Completed extended analysis of training needs and training provision to inform training plan.
WP44 External communications and awareness raising  
WP45 Liaison with other stakeholders The webinars go really well and prove to be a good means to interact in deeper discussions with 20 - 25 people. Attendance was steadily growing during 2012 with an increasing share from people outside the project. This was very clear in the last Webinar (Feb 2013) that went really well, with a lot of non-APARSEN attendees and a lot of discussion. Engagement with other network-projects (EUDAT, OPF, Europeana) is clearly growing and growing.

-- SimonLambert - 2013-03-02

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