Winchester, MA Looking back over ten years of DSpace development with active community participation @mire noted in a recent blog post that on Nov 18, 2002 Robert Tansley sent a message to the OAI-general list announcing "Version 1.0 of the DSpace institutional repository software platform is available..."
From Adam Soroka, the University of Virginia Library, on behalf of the Fedora repository committers
Charlottesville, VA The Fedora repository committers have cut a new release: 3.6.2. It's a small set of changes primarily consisting of fixes to recently discovered bugs. Please find release notes here:
From Karen Meijer-Kline, Communications and Member Services Officer, Public Knowledge Project (PKP), Simon Fraser University Library
Burnaby, BC, Canada The Public Knowledge Project (PKP) and the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) are pleased to announce the Fourth International PKP Scholarly Publishing Conference, which will be held from August 19 - 21, 2013 in Mexico City, Mexico.
From Tatyana Zayseva, Director Library Information Center, Khazar University
Azerbaijan, South CaucasusKhazar University Institutional Repository (KUIR) powered by DSpace provides innovative services and stunning digital collections that include peer-reviewed journal articles, textbooks, theses and dissertations, working papers and methodologies; patents, conference contributions (unpublished), project reports, presentations, images and more.
Winchester, MA The DuraSpace organization is pleased to announce an agreement with Registered Service Provider MediaShelf (http://yourmediashelf.com/) to hire Edwin Shin (http://yourmediashelf.com/who-we-are/edwin-shin/) on an interim basis as Fedora Project Lead. Eddie will work with DuraSpace and a committee of stakeholders who recently got together to define a software project for making substantial improvements to Fedora through mid-year.