Just a heads-up to the community that we have tentative dates for Hydra Connect 2017 – it is likely to take place Monday 11th to Thursday 14th September. You might want to put these dates in your calendar… Confirmation of dates and venue to follow as soon as we have them.
The Samvera Community is built around a core group of Partners committed to the success of the project and more importantly to the success of each other. There are also many institutions and individuals that have formally committed to the sustainability of the Community through code contributions, participation in working or interest groups, helping with… Read more »
Samvera is open source software and free to any would-be user, but the project benefits from a number of commercial firms and individual contractors that are active in the community and offer for-fee services to interested institutions, such as consulting, implementation, hosting, training, and more. This page serves as a directory for many of the… Read more »
“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” Since its beginnings in 2008, Samvera has thrived as a collaborative, open source community with the long view. Originally conceived as a development project to create shared technology on top of Fedora repositories, the core group steadily attracted institutions… Read more »
Samvera has grown into a vibrant, highly active community including more than 30 Partners who formally support our work and development. A look at our Partners page or a glance at the footer section on this page will show you that these supporting organizations and institutions cover a range of cultural heritage sectors (libraries –… Read more »