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Penn State University Information Technology Services Join the Fedora Futures Project as Platinum Sponsor

Winchester, MA  The Fedora Futures team is very pleased to extend a warm welcome to Penn State University. Penn State is one of several institutions who are answering the a call for serious community re-investment in Fedora, "our core digital asset management and preservation service".

ONLINE EVENT: Open Science Federation Founder Brian Glanz on "Demystifying Hackathons"

Washington, DC  The free SPARC online event, "Demystifying Hackathons" will be offered on Tuesday, August 6, 2013 from 12:00 - 1:00PM EDT. Registration is free, but required. Please RSVP by August 1 at: http://sparc2.arl.org/civicrm/event/register?reset=1&id=120  

This webcast requires both a phone dial-in and an Internet connection.

NOW AVAILABLE: DSpace 3.2

From Tim Donohue, on behalf of the DSpace Committers

Today the DSpace Committers are proud to announce DSpace 3.2, a new bug-fix / security-fix release for the 3.x platform.

DSpace 3.2 addresses a number of issues that were found to affect 3.0 or 3.1. These fixes include:

  • Several bug fixes to the OAI-PMH interface
  • Resolved memory leak in JSPUI
  • Resolved security issue in JSPUI
  • Several minor configuration / build fixes
  • Other minor fixes

The DSpace 2013 RoadMap and 3-5 Year Vision


From Tim Donohue, DuraSpace technical lead for the DSpace project

Winchester, MA  At the recent Open Repositories Conference, held in Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island in Canada, a draft 3-5 Year Vision for the DSpace platform was introduced as well as a brief overview of the DSpace 2013 RoadMap.

CALL: Host the Annual International Open Repositories Conference in 2015


OR2013 conference session, Charlottetown PEI, Canada

The Open Repositories Steering Committee seeks proposals from candidate host organizations for the 2015 Annual International Open Repositories Conference. Proposals from all geographic areas will be given consideration.

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NOW AVAILABLE: First Alpha Release of Fedora 4 from Fedora Futures

Winchester, MA  DuraSpace and the Fedora Futures team are proud to announce the first Alpha release of Fedora 4. In addition to carrying forward the best qualities of the Fedora platform, Fedora 4 Alpha 1 addresses a number of high priority requirements expressed by the international repository community, including:

• increased performance, with enhanced vertical and horizontal scalability,

• improved durability and service availability,

Brown University Libraries Join the Fedora Futures Project as Platinum Sponsor

Winchester, MA  The Fedora Futures team is very pleased to extend a warm welcome to Brown University. Brown is one of several institutions who are answering the a call for serious community re-investment in Fedora.

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