On October 15th DuraSpace presented “Fedora 4.0 in Action at The Art Institute of Chicago and UCSD.” This webinar was the first in the ninth Hot Topics Community Webinar series, “Early Advantage: Introducing New Fedora 4.0 Repositories.”
Curator David Wilcox, Fedora Product Manager was joined by Stefano Cossu, Data and Application Architect, Art Institute of Chicago, Nikhil Trivedi, Senior Application Developer, Art Institute of Chicago and Esmé Cowles, Software Engineer, University of California San Diego. Both the Art Institute and UCSD have already adopted Fedora 4.0 Beta and have started designing and implementing pilot projects that take advantage of the new features offered. This webinar provided a look into how Fedora 4.0 is enhancing the repository data at these institutions.
Presentation slides and webinar recording are available at http://duraspace.org/hot-topics.
The second webinar in this series, “Fedora 4.0 in Action at Penn State and Stanford” will be held Wednesday, November 5th at 1:00pm ET. Registration is available here.