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Activists archiving digital content created through OWS - AMIA - 2012

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These slides were presented at the Association of Moving Image Archivists' 2012 annual conference (Seattle).

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Activists archiving digital content created through OWS - AMIA - 2012

  1. 1. Archiving Occupy:Livestreamed Video and more .
  2. 2. Occupy Wall Street: The first 5 months September 17, 2011 – The first day of the OWS gathering in Zuccotti Park. An estimated 1,000 people attend on the first day. October 5th, 2011 – an international day of action results in many highly reported arrests. November 15, 2011 – NYPD evicts occupiers from Zuccotti Park. December 17, 2011 – On the three-month anniversary of the protests, organizers of the protest called for a "reoccupation." January, 2012 – A series of smaller protests attempt to unsuccessfully reoccupy Zuccotti Park.
  3. 3. What is Activist Archivists?2. Concerned withlicensing, longevity, metadata, security, and publicaccessibility of moving image content generated in theactivist sphere.
  4. 4. www.activist-archivist.org
  5. 5. What is Global Revolution TV?
  6. 6. What is Global Revolution TV?• Largely streams footage related to Occupy Wall Street since September 17th, 2011, but hosts and trains activist livestreamers in other parts of the world
  7. 7. What is Global Revolution TV?• Primarily uses Livestream software, a web-based broadcasting application that allows livestreaming, editing, mixing from different sources of video.
  8. 8. The Project
  9. 9. FIGMENT as precedent
  10. 10. Suits for Wall Street:Subversive Business Outfits as Tactical Camouflage
  11. 11. Disclaimer about the term“digital preservation workflow”
  12. 12. Digital archives project planning • User interviews • Assessment of needs and our goals • Project plan • Staffing/roles • Tool selection (ongoing) • Collaboration with creators • Collaboration with advisors
  13. 13. STEP 1: figure out where the files are going to come from (what to collect?)
  14. 14. STEP 2: set goals, policies and establish workflow elements (standards, systems, partnerships, redundancy)
  15. 15. STEP 3: establish who is creating good stuff, and who can help with the archiving efforts
  16. 16. STEP 4: get data, preliminary ingest processes (get files into secure storage with access system w/ workable UI)
  17. 17. STEP 5: assign metadata/catalog (get database to talk to interface for cataloging)
  18. 18. Could be asking users to fill this in
  19. 19. This is what it would look like and from where we could export as a CSV and bring into Omeka
  20. 20. STEP 6: Resolve “technical difficulties” as much as possible & promote access to assets
  21. 21. STEP 7: Consider prospects formigration, normalization, future emulation, redundant storage
  22. 22. STEP 8: long term stewardship?
  23. 23. Archives working group’s informal work with the Internet ArchiveSent over 200 links to websites to harvestDe-prioritized initial research interestImmediate access to collection is helpfulEmail suggestions to graham@archive.org
  24. 24. Archive-It.Org
  25. 25. The decision to not have orphan works It would be very easy to end up with a lot of orphan works The working group approved my proposal that we only collect CC licensed work There is no ‘OWS philosophy’ on licensing or problem with ‘exclusivity’ per se, we just didn’t want a ton of orphan content.
  26. 26. Creative Commons Licensing
  27. 27. OmekaFree, open source, flexible, extensibleInitiative of George Mason University/RoyRosenzweig Center for History and New MediaPHP with useful plug insAnticipated assessments, then compose featurerequests to programmers in Tech Ops or otherswho know PHP and want to help
  28. 28. Omeka test on Amazon S3
  29. 29. Mini-DV collection assessment
  30. 30. ContentLivestreamed footage from the November15th, 2012 raid on Zuccotti Park.High quality recordings of the early days of themovement before Mini-DV became “obsolete.”
  31. 31. Scope & RisksIncomplete metadata.Poor storage in an already poor environment.No backup or system for access.
  32. 32. RecommendationsHold community archiving events for volunteersto re-label tapes, enter metadata into adatabase, and capture material to a digital file.Upload access copies to the Internet Archivefor universal access with complete metadata.
  33. 33. What’s the archives working group been doing with digital materials?
  34. 34. Sharing and collecting digital files at Share Day at EyebeamCollaboration with artist in residence atEyebeam, Taeyoon Choi (Speakers Corners)Opportunity to share finished or works inprogress with the audience and/or the OWSArchives Working GroupThe event was a lot of fun
  35. 35. http://owsarchives.wordpress.com/why-archive-ows/
  36. 36. At a CrossroadsTest servers and plug ins have shown us a lotAbout 500 gigabytes of dataPossible collaboration with activist ownedtech company pending funds to pull ownweight in thecollective (membership model?)
  37. 37. Some lessons learnedR-E-S-P-E-C-T your creators and colleaguesTalk to people who know the contextHave a planMake imperfect decisions instead of noneKeep notes
  38. 38. Thank You!Kelly Haydon | krhaydon@gmail.comActivist Archivists

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