I’ve just learned that the Open Preservation Foundation is hosting a JHOVE Online Hack Day on October 11. I’m flattered people are still interested in the work I started doing over a decade ago, though getting some paying work would be far more satisfying.
The announcement says:
JHOVE is a great tool for validating content, such as PDFs, however much of the validation output given is difficult to understand. The aim of this online hack day is to enhance our knowledge about JHOVE errors – to create descriptions of errors and to identify example files, as well as to start to understand their preservation impact and what can possibly be done about them.
Participation seems to require installing a Google Hangouts plugin.