From Sibyl Schaefer, Chronopolis Program Manager and Digital Preservation Analyst, University of California, San Diego
The digital preservation landscape is one of a multitude of choices that vary widely in terms of purpose, scale, cost, and complexity. Over the past year a group of collaborating organizations united in the commitment to digital preservation have come together to explore how we can better communicate with each other and assist members of the wider community as they negotiate this complicated landscape.
DuraSpace is pleased to welcome Cottage Labs as its newest participant in our Registered Service Provider (RSP) Program, delivering services for Fedora and Samvera (formerly Hydra).
From Open Repositories 2018 Program Co-Chairs Claire Knowles and Evviva Weinraub
Open Repositories 2018 is now calling for proposals around the theme of Sustaining Open.
“Hyku” is the result of a thirty-month project to develop a scalable, performant and multi-tenant digital content repository solution within the Samvera (previously known as Hydra) framework. This work was done by Stanford University, DuraSpace, and The Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) through a generous grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).
This blog post was contributed by David W. Lewis, Dean of the IUPUI University Library, email@example.com This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license
The Commitment: Every academic library should commit to contribute 2.5% of its total budget to support the common infrastructure needed to create the open scholarly commons.
Academic Libraries and the Open Scholarly Commons
From the organizers of Fedora and Samvera Camp at Oxford
DuraSpace and Data Curation Experts are set to offer the Fedora and Samvera Camp at Oxford University, Sept 4 - 8, 2017. The camp will be hosted by Oxford University Oxford, UK and is supported by Jisc. The organizers are pleased to announce that the early bird discount registration price has been extended until July 24.
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.