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From Andrew Woods, Fedora Tech Lead, on behalf of the Specification Editors and the Fedora Leadership

After much discussion and iteration, the initial public working draft of the Fedora API Specification is now available for broader public review.

http://fedora.info/spec

Submitted by Carol Minton Morris on June 30, 2017

Registration prices for the VIVO Conference go up from $275 to $375 after today, June 30.

Submitted by Carol Minton Morris on June 30, 2017

From Richard Green, Consultant to the University of Hull Library

The new Samvera (formerly Hydra) website is now live at samvera.org.

Submitted by Carol Minton Morris on June 29, 2017

Open source software development takes commitment, an understanding of the benefits of participation, and a sense of adventure with regard to making something good happen for a wide community of stakeholders.

Submitted by Carol Minton Morris on June 29, 2017

From Mike Conlon, VIVO Project Director

Ontology improvements.  Interested in ontology?  We need volunteers to become VIVO ontology reviewers and committers. Sign up at https://github.com/openrif/vivo-isf-ontology

Submitted by Carol Minton Morris on June 29, 2017

From Andrea Bollini, Chief Technology and Innovation Officer, 4Science

DSpace-CRIS is an open-source extension of DSpace that includes functionality useful for CRIS (Current Researcher Information System) users. DSpace-CRIS enables ingestion, storage, display and management of metadata and fulltext of all research-related components that can include publications, projects, grants, patents, organization units and researcher profiles (people).

Submitted by Carol Minton Morris on June 27, 2017

From the community organizers of the VIVO 2017 Conference.

Attend both the VIVO and Symplectic conferences at Weill Cornell Medicine and hit two fantastic events in the same trip!

Submitted by Carol Minton Morris on June 26, 2017

From the organizers of the 2017 VIVO Conference

The 2017 VIVO Conference is all about research networking! If this topic and creating an integrated record of the scholarly work of your organization is of interest then the 2017 VIVO Conference is the place to be Aug 2-4 in New York City. Institutions with production VIVOs as well as those who are considering implementing VIVO will be in attendance, present their work, and/or offer workshops.

Submitted by Carol Minton Morris on June 22, 2017