FAIR Digital Objects Forum


TitleDescriptionVersionAuthor(s)Last updatedLocation
FDO FrameworkThe FDO Framework was prepared mainly by Luiz Bonino and Peter Wittenburg in collaboration with a number of experts and endorsed at the Paris Meeting (see http://bit.ly/Paris-FDO) and will be the basis for the specification work in the FDO Forum.01-02Edt: Luiz Bonino, Peter Witten burg01/11/2019Download
FDO Base DefinitionThe FDO Forum agreed on a base defition of what a FDO is. This definition will be the starting point for all ongoing more detailed specifications.1Edt: Alex Hardisty15/5/2021Download
FDO Gaps DocumentThe FDO Forum will maintain a document describing existing gaps that need to be worked on to create a fully supported FDO landscape and to derive a roadmap of actions. 0,2Edt: Ulrich Schwardmann, Peter Wittenburg2021-05-17Download
FDO Bulletin MayThe FDO Forum will regularly prepare a bulletin. This is the first Bulletin.mei 2021Edt: Christine Kirkpatrick, Dimitris Koureas, George Strawn, Peter Wittenburg21/5/2021Download
FDO Forum LandscapeThis document describes the current FDO Forum Landscape (May 2021)maart 2021Edt: Peter Wittenburgmaart 2021Download
FDO Scoping DocumentThe FDO Scoping Document defines 01-05Edt: Bonnie Carroll, Christine Kirkpatrick01/05/2021Download


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