From the The DSpace Committers Group
The DSpace Committers are delighted to announce that a new member has joined the team: Terry Brady from Georgetown University. Please join us in welcoming him!
Terry Brady (https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywbrady) is a software developer for the Georgetown University Library customizing open source and commercial library applications including DigitalGeorgetown (https://repository.library.georgetown.edu).
Prior to working for Georgetown University, Terry developed software for LexisNexis, MarkLogic, and the US National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) focusing on metadata management and XML publishing systems.
While working for NARA, Terry built two applications that were shared with the cultural heritage community. These projects inspired his interest in working with the library technology community.
We are always on the lookout for new developers, contributors, and committers within the DSpace community. Anyone who would like to get more involved is encouraged to join our weekly meetings (announced on the dspace-devel mailing list).
Contributions can take many forms, from writing code to editing documentation, or testing new releases to designing new themes for our user interfaces. For more information, see our guide to contributing to DSpace:
If you or someone you know has been an active DSpace contributor for some time, you can also nominate that person to become our next committer! Nomination details are available at: