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== Who decides when a trigger event has occured? ==
 
== Who decides when a trigger event has occured? ==
* The CLOCKSS Board.  The CLOCKSS Board includes both library and publisher members.
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== Who gets access to content impacted by a trigger event? ==
 
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== What does content preserved in CLOCKSS look like? ==
* See [[Content_Export | Content Export demo]]
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== How do LOCKSS and CLOCKSS compare? ==
 
== How do LOCKSS and CLOCKSS compare? ==
 
* [[Media:LOCKSSCLOCKSSChart.pdf|Comparing LOCKSS and CLOCKSS]]
 
* [[Media:LOCKSSCLOCKSSChart.pdf|Comparing LOCKSS and CLOCKSS]]

Revision as of 18:02, 29 January 2008

What are the trigger events?

  • A publisher stops operations; or
  • A publisher ceases to publish a title; or
  • A publisher no longer offers back issues; or
  • Upon catastrophic and sustained failure of a publisher's delivery platform.

Who decides when a trigger event has occured?

  • The CLOCKSS Board which includes both library and publisher members.

Who gets access to content impacted by a trigger event?

  • Everyone. The materials are moved to a hosting platform and made available to everyone *for free*.

What does content preserved in CLOCKSS look like?

How do LOCKSS and CLOCKSS compare?