DuraSpace has a lot to celebrate in 2017. Our community-supported open source technologies continue to contribute to advancing the access and preservation goals of our member organizations and beyond. The DuraSpace hosted services team is onboarding new customers, while at the same time contributing to efforts to offer new technologies that provide full, hosted access to, control of, and protection for your content.
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, Hyrax, and the Hydra-in-a-Box project.
DuraSpace is pleased to announce that the new HykuDirect web site is up and running, and ready to field inquiries about the exciting new hosted service currently in development: http://hykudirect.org.
• The site features Hyku background information, a complete list of key features, a timeline that lays out the steps towards availability of a full-production service, and a contact form.
Bozeman, MT Montana State University is pleased to announce the 13th annual Open Repositories conference June 4-7th, 2018 in Bozeman, Montana.
Are you traveling to the 11th Annual International Conference on Open Repositories (OR2017)? Please join DuraSpace, a proud supporting organization of OR2017, at an open reception in celebration of our community:
From David Wilcox, Fedora Product Manager, on behalf of the Fedora team
The Fedora Team is proud to announce the release of Fedora 4.7.3 on June 7, 2017. Full release notes are available on the wiki. The Fedora 4.7.3 release is a backwards compatible refinement of the previous release, which fixes a namespace-corrupting bug that has the effect of Fedora being unable to successfully start after having been shut down
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.
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.