4.5.1 Specify minimum information requirements to enable the Designated Community to discover and identify material
4.5.1 - The repository shall specify minimum information requirements to enable the Designated Community to discover and identify material of interest.
The CLOCKSS archive is a dark archive. The Designated Community does not "discover and identify material of interest" in the archive because they cannot access it from the archive. They can only access content after it has been triggered from the archive. As described in CLOCKSS: Logging and Records, summary bibliographic metadata describing the content of the CLOCKSS archive is supplied to the Keepers Registry and published on the Web.
Content is triggered from the CLOCKSS archive if the CLOCKSS board declares a trigger event, and is disseminated to one or more re-publishing systems together with the bibliographic metadata necessary to discover and identify it, which was extracted from the Content Information and stored in the metadata database. This metadata is supplied by the publisher, and is the same metadata the Consumers in the Designated Community would have used to discover and identify it when it was originally published.