Ithaca, NY Thank you everyone for contributing to the wealth of information that is exchanged in the Fedora Commons community. Whether you write an email, post an article to the Wiki, contribute code, register your project, present at a user group meeting, offer a webinar, or contribute articles to the quarterly HatCheck newsletter your participation is appreciated.
Here is an overview of current Fedora Commons Internet “spots” you might want to tune in:
•Fedora Commons community news and notes
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•Notable Fedora Commons organizational announcements
•Community articles in the Wiki
Short “how-tos”, “faqs”, whitepapers, annotated resource lists contributed by community members
•Fedora Commons Registry
… A destination and a jumping-off point for collaboration and connection among organizations, projects and institutions using Fedora
•On Demand “All About Repositories” Web Seminars Feb.-June 2009, co-sponsored by Sun-DSpace-Fedora Commons-SPARC
•FOLLOW FedoraRepo on twitter
•FOLLOW Duraspace on twitter
•Georgia Tech Institutional Repository “SMARTech”
OR09 presentations: general sessions, user group meetings and posters will be available here by mid-June. You may currently find some OR09 presentations here: http://conferences.library.gatech.edu/or/or09/schedConf/presentations
PLEASE NOTE: HatCheck will be published on June 25, 2009. If you would like to get the word out about your project or organization’s news, events and accomplishments please send items to Carol Minton Morris by close of business on June 22, 2009.