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ePADD is a software package developed by Stanford University's Special Collections & University Archives that supports archival processes around the appraisal, ingest, processing, discovery, and delivery of email archives.

The software is comprised of four modules:

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FixityBerry is software that runs on a Raspberry Pi computer that runs fixity scans on all hard drives connected via USB. The Pi is able to read a wide variety of drive formats because packages are available for Linux for doing this. It sends an email once scanning is complete, and shuts down the device.

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Siegfried is a PRONOM-based file format identification tool.

Key features are:

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A Rails engine for metadata aggregation, enhancement, and quality control.
Digital Public Library of America uses Kri-Kri as part of
Heiðrún, its metadata ingestion system.

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WebArchivePlayer is a brand new desktop tool which provides a point-and-click wrapper for viewing web archive files (WARC and ARC). The player allows users to browse web archive files, such as those created via https://webrecorder.io locally on their desktop. Once downloaded, no internet connection is necessary in order to browse the archive.

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The PERICLES Extraction Tool (PET) is an open source (Apache 2 licensed) Java software for the extraction of significant information from the environment where digital objects are created and modified. This information supports object use and reuse, e.g. for a better long-term preservation of data.

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ColorSharp is a .NET/Mono library to handle color spaces and light spectrums.

It currently supports light spectrums, and the following color spaces:
- CIE's 1931 XYZ
- CIE's 1931 xyY
- CIE's 1960 UVW
- sRGB

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Retailer is a platform for hosting simple web applications. Retailer apps are written in pure XSLT. Retailer itself is written in Java, and runs in a Java Servlet container such as Apache Tomcat.

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The suite of programs retrieves bibliographic data and Open Library pages for a set of identified books, organizes these for selection based on quality, and makes appropriate changes to the MARC records based on the library's requirements. In addition, statistics about book downloads are obtained via simple integration with the bit.ly URL shortening service.

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