Deploying Fedora 4, or Migrating from Fedora 3 to Fedora 4 is a challenge with built-in rewards. This series of articles, “Fedora 4 in Production” looks into why and how community members are working with Fedora 4 to enhance both collections and workflow at their institutions.
From Terry Brady, Applications Programmer Analyst, Georgetown University Library Information Technology
From Mike Conlon, VIVO Project Director
From Sarah Mason, Bodleian Libraries on behalf of the PASIG Steering Committee
We are excited to announce that this year’s PASIG conference will be in Oxford, UK from 11 – 13 September 2017. The event is being hosted and organised by the Digital Preservation at Oxford and Cambridge (DPOC) team.
The Fedora repository project relies on many individuals and institutions to make the project successful. We are grateful for their commitment and will showcase their contributions in a series of community profiles aimed at recognizing our contributors’ achievements, and introducing them to the rest of the community.
Nick Ruest is a long-time contributor to the Fedora repository team and Islandora. His focus is on Fedora development as it relates to web archiving issues.
From Michael J. Giarlo, Technical Manager, Hydra-in-a-Box Project, Software Architect on behalf of the Hyku tech team
Stanford, CA Here's the latest demo of advances made on Hyku.
From Dr. Arthur Smith, Open Access Service Manager, Cambridge University Library
Cambridge, UK You are invited to attend the UK and Ireland User Group Meeting on May 17, at the University of Cambridge. Please register your attendance (either in person or via video conference) at the Eventbrite link below: