News & Events

Rubydora 1.7.1 released

We are pleased to announce the release of an updated gem – Rubydora 1.7.1. Changes since Rubydora 1.7.0: Rubydora::RestApiClient Refactored file content type discernment from add_datastream and modify_datastream into private method. Added better support for Rails uploaded files by calling :content_type on file if available. Added constant for default content type. Removed Ruby 1.8.7 workaround.… Read more »

21 today! Princeton joins Hydra as a Partner

We are delighted to announce that Princeton University Library has become Hydra’s 21st formal Partner.  In their letter of intent, Marvin Bielawski and Jon Stroop write: “While we are in the early stages of our first Hydra project, we have big plans. Our initial project will be to facilitate a high-throughput digitization and cataloging project… Read more »

OR2014 proposal deadline extended

Of interest to many Hydra folks… Open Repositories Conference Update: OR2014 Proposal Deadline Extended A message from the Open Repositories 2014 Conference organizers Helsinki, Finland The final deadline for submitting proposals for the Ninth International Conference on Open Repositories (#or2014) has been extended until Monday, Feb. 10, 2014. The conference is scheduled to take place June… Read more »

GET READY to Submit Your OR2014 Proposal

We hope that many Hydranauts will wish to attend and contribute to the Open Repositories 2014 conference in Helsinki.  This is the latest call for proposals. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 9, 2014 Read it online: GET READY to Submit Your OR2014 Proposal A message from the Open Repositories 2014 Conference organizers As the year turns… Read more »

Active Fedora 6.7.4 released

***  See edit below *** Earlier this week Greg Kellogg released a new version of the Ruby RDF library (1.1.2),  this breaks the rdf-rdfxml (1.0.1) library which Active Fedora depends on. The updated Active Fedora gem contains a dependency that ensures we get a working combination of those libraries.  This is the sole change in… Read more »