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#130723

Thanks for the link to this interesting article.
Looking at it I found a lot of material on Digital Identifiers of Objects
(DIOs), but no mention at all of Identifiers for Digital Objects (IDOs),
so I think it could be interesting for this list to look at the following
article that explains the distinction between DIOs and IDOs in details:
Roberto Di Cosmo, Morane Gruenpeter, Stefano Zacchiroli
“Identifiers for Digital Objects: the Case of Software Source Code Preservation”
iPRES 2018 – 15th International Conference on Digital Preservation, 2018
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01865790
You may also look at n2t.org that is a metaresolver quite similar to
identifiers.org, with a shorter prefix 🙂

Roberto

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