The Fedora repository project relies on many individuals and institutions to ensure the project's success. 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. This is the first article in the Fedora Repository Contributor Profile series.
From Mike Giarlo, Technical Manager, Hydra-in-a-Box project, on behalf of the Hyku repository tech team
Stanford, CA Here's the latest demo of advances made on Hyku.
This month's issue of Hydra-In-A-Box Update is now available with news and information about community progress, plans, and pilots:
From Yinlin Chen, Software Engineer, Digital Library Development, University Libraries, Virginia Tech
Austin, TX A cornerstone of the DuraSpace mission is focused around expanding collaborations with academic, scientific, cultural, technology, and research communities in support of projects and services to help ensure that current and future generations will have access to our collective digital heritage. The DuraSpace organization seeks a Business Development Manager to cultivate and deepen those relationships and partnerships particularly with international organizations and consortia to elevate the organization’s profile and to expand the services it offers.
Austin, TX How can we help?
That’s what we at DuraSpace hope to learn from you, our valued community. We have developed a 4-question survey that should take you no more than 5 minutes to complete aimed at learning more about how DuraSpace might better serve our community.
We have heard directly and indirectly from segments of our community that different types of technical assistance would be helpful at their institutions. As we head into 2017 we are investigating how we at DuraSpace might be able to help you achieve your goals.
“Telling Fedora 4 Stories” is an initiative aimed at introducing project leaders and their ideas to one another while providing details about Fedora 4 implementations for the community and beyond.
From David Wilcox, Fedora Product Manager, on behalf of the Fedora Team
The Fedora Team is proud to announce the release of Fedora 4.7.1. on January 24, 2017. Full release notes are available on the wiki. The Fedora 4.7.1 release is a backwards compatible refinement of the previous release, focused on improvements and bug fixes to the REST-API and the core code base.