DuraSpace at Code4Lib 2014, March 24-27
Submitted by on Tue, 2014-03-18 09:59
Winchester, MA Traveling to Raleigh, NC next week? Stop by the DuraSpace table at Code4Lib 2014 to learn about how to participate in DuraSpace projects–DSpace, Fedora and VIVO.
The DuraSpace organization stewards three significant open source technology projects that provide long-term, durable access to, management and discovery of digital assets for more than 1,800 repository instances worldwide. Carol Minton Morris, DuraSpace, will be on hand to discuss DuraSpace open source projects and how you can get involved.
• The Fedora Project–Team members will be available to discuss the latest Fedora 4 feature set designed to refresh and enhance Fedora's proven architecture, and offer demonstrations.
• The DSpace Project–Tim Donohue, technical lead for the DSpace project, will be on hand to talk about DSpace development and demonstrate DSpace 4 (via the new vagrant-dspace development environment).
• The VIVO Project–Learn about what's ahead for this groundbreaking network that facilitates scholarly discovery around the world through an open source semantic web application.