We’ve released BitCurator 0.1.5, which you can find on the main page and software page of our wiki. BitCurator 0.1.5 is an upgrade/maintenance release as we prepare to add reporting functionality in the next few weeks. Early reporting functionality will appear in 0.2, currently scheduled for mid-October. The current maintenance release includes updates to bulk … >>
Current versions of the BitCurator requirements documents have been posted to the wiki. You can find them on the Software page. These documents were originally prepared during the planning stages of BitCurator, and subsequently revised following feedback from our Professional Experts Panel and Development Advisory Group.
Wondering what the future of Digital Forensics XML looks like? You can find recent work by NIST at http://www.nsrl.nist.gov/Downloads.htm (with a draft schema from based on the original spec for fileobjects at http://www.nsrl.nist.gov/DFXML/fileobject.xsd). You can also find ongoing work as part of CyBOX at MITRE at http://cybox.mitre.org/. BitCurator depends on DFXML output when producing reports … >>
Sunitha Misra, Masters student in the UNC School of Information and Library Science, has joined the BitCurator team as a software developer for academic year 2012-2013. Welcome, Sunitha!
The BitCurator project recently presented a poster at the International Digital Curation Conference in Bristol. You can check it out here! BitCurator iDCC 2011 Poster