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Share your Cool Tools, Daring Demos and Fab Features at Open Repositories 2015

Of interest to the community: IMMEDIATE RELEASE Open Repositories 2015 DEVELOPER TRACK June 8-11, 2015, Indianapolis, Indiana, http://www.or2015.net *** Deadline 13th March 2015 *** Cool Tools, Daring Demos and Fab Features The OR2015 developer track presents an opportunity to share the latest developments across the technical community. We will be running informal sessions of presentations… Read more »

Announcing Hydra 9.0.0

We’re pleased to announce the release of Hydra 9.0.0.  This Hydra gem brings together a set of compatible gems for working with Fedora 4. Amongst others it bundles Hydra-head 9.0.1 and Active-Fedora 9.0.0.  In addition to working with Fedora 4, Hydra 9 includes many improvements and bug fixes. Especially notable is the ability to add RDF properties on… Read more »

OR2015 Proposal Deadline Extended

A message from the Open Repositories 2015 Conference organizers Indianapolis, United States. The final deadline for submitting proposals for the Tenth International Conference on Open Repositories (@OR2015Indy and #or2015) has been extended until Friday, Feb. 6, 2015. The conference is scheduled to take place June 8-11 in Indianapolis and is being hosted by Indiana University… Read more »

Open Repositories 2015: proposal submissions due January 30, 2015

A reminder from the OR folks that the deadline for main conference and interest group proposal submissions and scholarship program applications is January 30, 2015. The Tenth International Conference on Open Repositories, OR2015 <http://www.or2015.net/>, will be held on June 8-11, 2015 in Indianapolis (Indiana, USA). The organizers are pleased to invite you to contribute to… Read more »

Jettywrapper 2.0.0 released

We are pleased to announce a new version of the Hydra Jettywrapper gem which supports Fedora 4.  The 2.0.0 release of Jettywrapper uses hydra-jetty 8.1.1 by default, which contains Jetty 8.1.16, Solr 4.10.2, and Fedora 4.0.0. Thanks to Chris Beer and Justin Coyne for their work on this release. See below for a complete changelog.… Read more »