DSpace/Fedora

CALL: Submit a Berlin 9 Open Access Meeting Poster Proposal by July 27

From Jennifer McLennan, SPARC

Washington, DC Proposals are now being invited for the Berlin 9 Open Access meeting poster display, which will showcase Open Access initiatives from all corners of the globe.

DSpace on Fedora Discussion at OR11

Winchester, MA DuraSpace recommended that the DSpace and Fedora communities investigate strategies to allow DSpace software to run “on top of” the Fedora platform at the Open Repositories 2010 (OR10) Conference. The suggested goal of the initiative remains the same–to retain an out-of-the-box DSpace experience while also enabling extra features that Fedora provides including versioning, relationships between objects, flexible architecture.

The DSpace User Group Meeting at OAI7

From Bram Luyten, @mire.

Leuven, Belgium A diverse group of 50 attendees, both developers as well as repository managers, gathered on June 21, 2011 for the @mire and Duraspace -sponsored DSpace Pre-Conference User Group.

Statistics and Repository Exposure

Growing the DSpace Committers Team

From Stuart Lewis, Digital Development Manager, Te Tumu Herenga, The University of Auckland Library (on behalf of the DSpace committers group)

Auckland, New Zealand The DSpace committers team are delighted to announce a new member to the group: Andrea Schweer.

Repositories and CRIS: Working Smartly Together

Nottingham, UK The latest event for the Repository Support Project: "Repositories and CRIS (Current Research Information Systems): Working smartly together. Conference and Software Exhibition," will take place at Nottingham University Park Conference Centre on July 19, 2011. This one-day event is free of charge to participants.

http://www.rsp.ac.uk/events/repositories-and-cris-systems-working-smartly-together/

CALL: Supporting the Digital Humanities (SDH) 2011, "Answering the Unaskable"

Goettingen, Germany Following the first successful Supporting the Digital Humanities (SDH) Conference in Vienna in 2010, the CLARIN (http://www.clarin.eu/external/) and DARIAH (http://www.dariah.eu/) initiatives have decided to jointly organize the second SDH conference in Copenhagen, Denmark in November 17-18 in Copenhagen. The conference venue will be at the University of Copenhagen, a participant in both CLARIN and DARIAH.

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