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hypatia long-term document manager


Hypatia Long-term is a document manager.

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Hypatia Long-term is a document manager.

Its main feature is helping to keep multimedia documents organized by decades and if it is possible, centuries :)

Our goal: in 30 years, people accessing to the content under "hypatia long-term" control will be able to browse the documents and its metadata even when they will use other hardware, operating system and software. The documents and the notes we wrote will still make sense for them.

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Advanced End Users

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JavaScript, Java



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