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IMPORTANT change of Hydra email address

As of Sunday 13th July 2014 we shall be changing the name of the hydra-users mailing list to hydra-community@googlegroups.com.  The old hydra-users email address will cease to work. This change needs no action on your part unless you have an inbox rule looking for (say) “[hydra-users]” which will need changing to the new name.  User… Read more »

Hydra Connect #2 announced – booking open

** Ahead of vacation time, please take note…** We are delighted to announce that booking has opened for the second Hydra Connect meeting which will be held in Cleveland, Ohio this fall.  It will take place at Case Western Reserve University from Tuesday 30th September – Friday 3rd October 2014.  The booking site can be… Read more »

CALL for Expressions of Interest in Hosting the Annual Open Repositories Conference, 2016

*** Of interest to Hydranauts *** The Open Repositories Steering Committee seeks Expressions of Interest from candidate host organizations for the 2016 Open Repositories Annual Conference. Proposals from all geographic areas will be given consideration. Important dates The Open Repositories Steering Committee is accepting Expressions of Interest to host the OR2016 conference until August 24th… Read more »

Hydra-head 7.1.0 released

We are pleased to announce a new release of the Hydra-head gem – 7.1.0. Essentially this release adds embargo and lease support.  Details of the change are documented at  https://github.com/projecthydra/hydra-head/wiki/Embargos-and-Leases and the release notes can be found at https://github.com/projecthydra/hydra-head/releases/tag/v7.1.0 Thanks to all involved for the work. The current versions of all Hydra gems can be accessed through https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/hydra/Gems+and+documentation

Registration Open for Fall Hydra Camp – August 26-29 – Princeton, NJ

The Fall Hydra Camp will be hosted by Princeton University Library. Hydra Camp is a great place to bootstrap your Hydra developer skills, kick the tires if you’re considering adopting Hydra, and it’s a great place to learn about more general development and technical topics including: Collaborative development on cross-instutional and open source projects Using… Read more »