**Extension Name:**0001-digest-algorithms**Authors:**OCFL Editors**Minimum OCFL Version:**1.0**OCFL Community Extensions Version:**1.0**Obsoletes:**n/a**Obsoleted by:**NNNN-digest-algorithms

This extension is an index of additional digest algorithms. It provides a controlled vocabulary of digest algorithm names that may be used to indicate the given algorithm in `fixity`

blocks of OCFL Objects, and links their defining extensions.

Digest Algorithm Name | Note |
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`blake2b-160` |
BLAKE2 digest using the 2B variant (64 bit) with size 160 bits as defined by RFC7693. MUST be encoded using hex (base16) encoding RFC4648. For example, the `blake2b-160` digest of a zero-length bitstream is `3345524abf6bbe1809449224b5972c41790b6cf2` (40 hex digits long). |

`blake2b-256` |
BLAKE2 digest using the 2B variant (64 bit) with size 256 bits as defined by RFC7693. MUST be encoded using hex (base16) encoding RFC4648. For example, the `blake2b-256` digest of a zero-length bitstream starts as follows `0e5751c026e543b2e8ab2eb06099daa1d1e5df47...` (64 hex digits long). |

`blake2b-384` |
BLAKE2 digest using the 2B variant (64 bit) with size 384 bits as defined by RFC7693. MUST be encoded using hex (base16) encoding RFC4648. For example, the `blake2b-384` digest of a zero-length bitstream starts as follows `b32811423377f52d7862286ee1a72ee540524380...` (96 hex digits long). |

`sha512/256` |
SHA-512 algorithm with 256 output as defined by FIPS-180-4. MUST be encoded using hex (base16) encoding RFC4648. For example, the `sha512/256` digest of a zero-length bitstream starts `c672b8d1ef56ed28ab87c3622c5114069bdd3ad7...` (64 hex digits long). |

In order to have an additional digest algorithm listed here, please submit a pull request on this extension that:

- Adds the algorithm to the table. New entries should have a name that does not conflict with those defined in the OCFL Specification or this community extension, and is preferably in common use for the given algorithm.
- Creates a new version of this extension with the next available extension number, obsoleting the current one
- If a long algorithm description is required it may be appropriate to submit an additional new extension describing the algorithm along with an update to this extension that links to it.