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In the final newsletter Hannah Jenkins, British Library, welcomes the Open Planets Foundation (OPF) which will take over when Planets comes to an end by 31 May 2010. Furthermore the appointed director of OPF is introduced.
This newsletter also features an article on risk management in digital preservation and of course the spotlight is on the final results of Planets and the future directions in digital preservation. In addition, Planetarium #10 presents a series of case studies illustrating the use of Planets in archives and libraries. Finally, the newsletter contains a News Round Up and a list of Planetsí publications and presentations at events.
[PDF, 753KB]
Planetarium #9 features a spotlight on Preservation Planning: Protecting Files For The Future, presents research in the impact of transition from analogue to digital communication on researchers and civil servants, and also contain an article about how the Planets research partners develop tools and services and put Planets into practice. In addition you will find an article about Planets and the OAIS. The newsletter also contains a News Round Up and a list of Planets publications and presentations at events. [PDF, 2900KB]

Planetarium - Planets Newsletter Issue 8

Posted on 7th December 2009
The Planets project is happy to announce its eighth newsletter, Planetarium. This newsletter features a spotlight on Preservation Planning and presents the emulation preservation strategy and also contains articles about how the Planets technology partners put Planets into practice. In addition you will find a presentation of the results from a Planets Briefing for suppliers and vendors in Brussels on 5-6 June 2009. The newsletter also contains a News round up and a list of Planets publications and presentations at events. [PDF, 686KB]
Planetarium #7 features a spotlight on Characterisation, which explores digital object migration. This issue also includes articles about the recent Market Survey, how Planets tools can be integrated into Archives and Libraries as well as news on our upcoming training event in Sofia, which has been awarded a bursary by the CEI to assist the attendance of 15 delegates. In addition, you will find a list of Planets publications and presentations at events.
[PDF, 322KB]
The sixth Planets newsletter features an interesting spotlight on the Planets Testbed and also contains articles about Planets beyond 2010 and the Planets all staff meeting in Marbella.
The newsletter presents detailed lists of Planets publications and presentations at events, and both the award winning Plato and the SIARD tools presentation are briefly described.
[PDF, 675KB]

Planetarium - Planets Newsletter Issue 5

Posted on 22nd October 2008
The fifth newsletter from the Planets project includes highlights from the annual review, an introduction to Plato, as well as an article introducing a conceptual model for expressing concepts and requirements in digital preservation. The newsletter also presents detailed lists of recent Planets publications and the project's participation in past and forthcoming events. Finally, the fifth issue reveals a new name, Planetarium, and general makeover of the publication. [PDF, 291KB]

Planets Newsletter Issue 4

Posted on 2nd June 2008
The fourth Planets newsletter describes the project's progress, recent and future dissemination activities, Planets publications and presentations. PLATO (Planets preservation planning tool) and the XCEL and XCDL languages, which are key components in the characterisation work done in the project, get a special mentioning in the newsletter. Included are also brief reports from the preservation planning tutorial in Vienna and the project's presence at CeBIT 2008. [PDF, 580KB]

Planets Newsletter Issue 3

Posted on 8th February 2008
The third Planets newsletter describes the project's progress, recent and future dissemination activities, Planets publications and presentations etc. [PDF, 141KB]

Planets Newsletter Issue 2

Posted on 28th September 2007
The second Newsletter from the Planets project - describing project progress, the collaboration with other EU projects, the first review by the European Commission etc. [PDF, 113KB]

Planets Newsletter Issue 1

Posted on 31st July 2007
The cost of digital obsolesence, establishing the project, and designing the preservation tools and services. [PDF, 38KB]