PRELIDA organised in-depth discussions among the Digital Preservation and Linked Data communities to identify Linked Data characteristics that require novel preservation solutions, and to develop road maps for addressing the new challenges.
PRELIDA ("Preserving Linked Data") was a Coordination Action of the VII Framework Programme, which started on January 1, 2013 and will last for two full years.
The project aimed at building bridges across the Digital Preservation and Linked Data communities. It raised the awareness of already existing outcomes of Digital Preservation in the Linked Data communities, while posing new research questions for the Preservation one.
The main objective of PRELIDA was to produce a state of the art on preserving linked data, and a road map for addressing the new challenges that preserving linked data poses. The road map will drive the scientific and technological development of this field, as well as future research programmes that the Commission may wish to fund.