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Tokyo, Japan The DRFIC Steering Committee is welcoming poster submissions in all areas relevant to digital repository and open access. The Conference will be held December 3-4, 2009 in Tokyo.
http://www.tulips.tsukuba.ac.jp/DRFIC2009/index_en.php

Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-08-20 16:42

By Chris Wilper, Technical Lead and Developer, DuraSpace Fedora Commons hosted a very successful Developer Open House at OR09 earlier this summer. Thanks to all who attended and participated. Through this formal session and in on-the-fly hallway discussions we got some great ideas on how to improve developer participation. As the developer-community around Fedora and DuraSpace continues to grow and evolve, it makes even more sense to create communications channels that enable broad involvement.

Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-07-24 16:12

San Francisco, CA, Cambridge, UK  PLoS One is an interactive open-access journal established for the communication of all peer-reviewed scientific and medical research launched in 2003. Since then the PLoS community has grown to include 13,000 peer-reviewers. 26,000 authors, 1,400 board members and millions of unique visitors in 2008.

Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-07-07 12:19

Ithaca, NY The current release of Fedora Repository is 3.2.1 is a minor upgrade that addresses a security issue discovered in Fedora 3.2.  If you are running Fedora 3.2, please see Upgrading from 3.x. If you are running Fedora 2.x, see Upgrading from 2.x. Full release notes are available here:

Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-06-30 11:36

Ithaca, NY  Fedora Commons repository committer meetings are held every Tuesday at 10am EDT (US). Everyone is invited to call in and participate in these meetings.  If you are interested in attending this week’s meeting, or future meetings please visit:
https://fedora-commons.org/confluence/display/FCREPO/Meeting+Notes

Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-06-23 11:27

Edinburgh, UK Sponsored by JISC, the “Beyond the Repository Fringe 2009″ event will be hosted by the University of Edinburgh July 30-31 2009 with support from the Digital Curation Centre, the School of Informatics, EDINA, and Information Services, as well as UKOLN and EPrints.

Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-06-22 11:15

Washington DC The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) is seeking proposals for 2010 SPEC survey topics. For more than 35 years ARL has gathered and disseminated data through the SPEC survey program to assist libraries in the continuous improvement of their management systems. Each year, ARL works with librarians in North America to develop six surveys of the ARL membership on “hot topics” related to research library policies and practices. (Survey authors do not need to work at an ARL member library, but only ARL libraries are surveyed.)

Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-06-16 12:03

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:

Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-06-08 12:53

Nottingham, UK  The way that research is communicated around the world is changing rapidly, opening access for more people to more research than has been available before. This brings change, challenges and exciting opportunities for authors, investigators and others in the research process.

Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-06-05 10:45

Boston, MA Join a free “All About Repositories” web seminar sponsored by Sun, Fedora Commons, DSpace and SPARC on June 3, 2009 that will focus on the popular DSpace open source software for creating an institutional repository. Currently there are over 500 organizations using DSpace to enable access to their research output and other content. If your organization is interested in making research output or digital content openly accessible, then DSpace software might be the perfect platform for you.

Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-06-01 10:19