NARA: Chief Records Officer of the National Archives Shares Best Practices for File Naming
From the NARA “Records Express” Blog:
Adopting good file naming conventions can help ensure that files will work with different operating systems and disk formats, such as Windows, Linux, Mac OS X and UNIX. File naming is also an important consideration when transferring files via the Internet, where it may not be evident what computer platform was used when the files were originally created.
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