From Mike Giarlo: Sufia 7.0.0 has been released after 4 beta releases and 2 release candidates. In addition to the words I wrote below, I’d also highlight the amount of work that has gone into getting from a first beta release to 7.0.0 proper: since beta1 was released on June 3rd, 11 contributors have made… Read more »
We are excited to announce Washington University of St Louis (WUSTL) as a Hydra Partner! At HydraConnect 2015, Andrew Rouner and Chris Freeland expressed interest in getting more deeply involved in Hydra and moving toward partnership. That fall, WUSTL partnered with DCE and went into production with their “Goldenseal” repository (http://repository.wustl.edu) in February, followed quickly… Read more »
The Hydra Connect 2016 Program Committee is pleased to announce that the timetable for the Workshop day on Monday 3rd October is now available. This year, in addition to workshops, we are also providing a half-day of optional “orientation sessions” aimed specifically at new or nearly-new members of the Community. Workshop convenors have provided a… Read more »
We are delighted to announce that Lafayette College has become Hydra’s 100000th formal Partner. But only if you count in binary – otherwise, they’re our 32nd! Although Lafayette is a “small liberal arts school” (their words), they have been involved with digital repository development for almost a decade and with Fedora since 2013. They write:… Read more »
We are pleased to announce that booking for Hydra Connect 2016 is now open. Booking details, along with information on the conference hotel and the preferential rate we have arranged there, can be found at the Hydra Connect 2016 wiki page.