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Sufia 4.0.0 released

From Adam Wead: It gives me great pleasure to formally announce the release of the Hydra gem Sufa, version 4.0.  This release marks the culmination of 5 months’ work of collaborative development with the members of Penn State’s Services and Solutions team and Digital Curation Experts (DCE). This new version includes a complete redesign of… Read more »

Hydra Connect #2 draft program now available – time is running out to book!

We are pleased to announce the draft program for Hydra Connect #2.  The meeting is being held at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, from Tuesday 30th September to Friday 3rd October, 2014.  The timetable is available from the Connect #2 information page on the Hydra wiki – – where you can also find further… Read more »

Reminder: Expressions of Interest to Host OR2016 are Due by Aug. 24

Just a reminder (echoing an e-mail sent to email lists by the Open Repositories Steering Committee) that Expressions of Interest in hosting OR2016 are due by August 24th.  The EoI is a very straightforward email – full details at OR2014, held in Helsinki just a few weeks ago, was hugely successful and attracted nearly 500… Read more »

Hydra gem 7.1.0 released

We are pleased to announce the release of version 7.1.0 of the Hydra gem. This release adds embargo and lease support via hydra-head, updates Blacklight to 5.5.x, and removes the dependency on mediashelf-loggable. The new gem set that Hydra 7.1 references is: hydra-head v7.2.0 active-fedora v7.1.0 blacklight v5.5.1 rubydora v1.8.0 om v3.1.0 solrizer v3.3.0 jettywrapper… Read more »

Case Western Reserve University becomes Hydra’s 25th Partner!

We are delighted to announce that Case Western Reserve University has become the Hydra Project’s 25th formal Partner. The University, based in Cleveland, Ohio, has been a Fedora user since 2006 and is now adopting Hydra “for the redevelopment of [its] platform to accommodate a modern landscape of scholarship”. Arnold Hirshon, CWRU’s Associate Provost and University Librarian, writes… Read more »