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.
What is Hydra Virtual Connect? Hydra Virtual Connect (HVC) is an opportunity for Hydra Project participants to gather online to touch base on the progress of community efforts at a roughly halfway point between face-to-face Hydra Connect meetings. Hydra is a growing, active community with many initiatives taking place across interest groups, working groups, local… Read more »
Likely of interest to many Hydranauts: The Open Repositories (OR) Steering Committee in conjunction with the University of Queensland (UQ), Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and Griffith University are delighted to inform you that Brisbane will host the annual Open Repositories 2017 Conference. The University of Queensland (UQ), Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and Griffith… Read more »
The University of York, in the UK, has become Hydra’s 31st formal Partner.. In York’s Letter of Intent, Sarah Thompson (the Head of Collections, Library and Archives) writes: “To date we have contributed to a Hydra Interest Group on page turning, submitted a code improvement to one of the Hydra Labs projects and have launched our… Read more »