Declan Fleming and his team at the University of California, San Diego, have long been Hydra Partners in everything but name; among many other contributions in 2012 they hosted the first Hydra Power Steering meeting (at that time called our ‘Strategic Retreat’) and in 2014 they hosted the first Hydra Connect conference. We are now… Read more »
Now that you’ve all got your new diaries and calendars for 2016 (!) we are delighted to give you some dates to put in them. Hydra Connect 2016 will take place in Boston, MA from Monday 3rd – Thursday 6thOctober 2016 jointly hosted by the Boston Public Library, Northeastern University, WGBH and the DPLA. More… Read more »
A belated announcement (holiday period in the way!) that Sufia 6.5.0 has been released. 6.5.0 is a small release adding a configuration option to facet on collections and fixing a bug in 6.4.0. See the release notes  for upgrade instructions and details. Thanks to the 4 contributors to this release, which comprised 11 commits… Read more »
The Eleventh International Conference on Open Repositories, OR2016, will be held on June 13th-16th, 2016 in Dublin, Ireland. The organizers are pleased to issue this call for contributions to the program. As previous Open Repositories have demonstrated, the use of digital repositories to manage research, scholarly and cultural information is well established and increasingly mature.… Read more »
We are pleased to announce the release of Active Fedora 9.7.0. You can read about the changes here: https://github.com/projecthydra/active_fedora/releases/tag/v9.7.0 Thanks to Justin Coyne, David Chandek-Stark, Jim Coble, Carolyn Cole, and Trey Terrell for their contributions to this release.