“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).
From Claudio Cortese, 4Science More and more institutions are adopting DSpace-CRIS and DSpace-GLAM worldwide. There is a growing interest around our open source solutions based on DSpace, with more and more institutions adopting them worldwide. Slides from a recent webinar entitled “DSpace-CRIS: How it Works and how to Leverage it” were presented by: Susanna Mornati, 4Science COO & Andrea Bollini, CTIO, 4Science.
From Bram Luyten, Atmire As the most widely adopted repository platform, supported by a vast international community, DSpace is an open source marvel. However, using it to build and operate a world class repository service has not been a trivial task for many institutions.
As described in the the Fedora API specification (specification charter), the specification is designed to:
Define the characteristics and expectations of how clients interact with Fedora implementations
Define such interactions such that an implementation's conformance is testable
From Pascal-Nicolas Becker, The Library Code and Michele Mennielli, DuraSpace On September 21, 2017 The Library Code GmbH, the Universitätsbibliothek Stuttgart and the Fraunhofer Informationszentrum Raum und Bau IRB organized in Stuttgart the 4th edition of 4th edition of the DSpace Anwendertreffen (German-speaking DSpace User Group meeting).
From David Wilcox, DuraSpace From the United Kingdom to Quebec to Japan, Fedora was well-traveled in September.
Fedora and Samvera Camp