|The following resources provide an up-to-date overview of the Memento framework:
- The Introduction to Memento.
- The Determining Resource Type document that details how
clients can recognize a Memento, a TimeGate, and an Original Resource.
- The Memento Internet Draft that details Memento's datetime negotiation
(Accept-Datetime, Memento-Datetime headers)
, the Memento Relation Types for use in HTTP Link headers (original, timegate, timemap, memento) as well as discovery mechansisms
aimed at supporting the Memento framework.
- The extensive slide deck Memento: Updated Technical Details (May 2011).
- The Demo that suggests ways to see Memento (including its HTTP transactions) in action.
|The following resources are not technically up-to-date but still provide further context to support an
understanding of the Memento framework:
|In addition, these resources (technically not up-to-date) give background, motivation,
and further context for the Memento effort:
- If you have 60 minutes, don't mind English with a Flemish accent, and want to see and hear about the motivation for Memento as well as about the technical framework (slightly outdated),
check out this video recording of the presentation Memento: Time Travel for the Web,
given in December 2009 at the CNI Task Force meeting in Washington, DC.
- And if you like reading papers: