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The DuraSpace 2014 Sponsorship Summit: Towards a Sustainable Community Model


Winchester, MA  The DuraSpace 2014 Sponsorship Summit took place at the Cosmos Club, founded in 1878, in Washington, DC March 11 and 12. The historic venue provided a good setting to explore how open source governance and funding models could ensure the future of DSpace, Fedora and VIVO projects and communities.

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DSpaceDirect Details: You-Pick Features That Communicate Your Identity

“DSpaceDirect Details” is an ongoing series of blog posts relating key features of the only low-cost hosted repository solution for discovery, access, and archiving, to common institutional repository requirements.

DuraSpace at Code4Lib 2014, March 24-27

Winchester, MA  Traveling to Raleigh, NC next week? Stop by the DuraSpace table at Code4Lib 2014 to learn about how to participate in DuraSpace projects–DSpace, Fedora and VIVO.

Details on No. 12 Sprint Towards Fedora4 Beta: Clustering, Authorization, Single Node Performance, Test Coverage++

Winchester, MA  The Fedora team has concluded the twelfth sprint within the "Beta Phase" of Fedora4 development. The work of this and each sprint is planned and completed thanks to the contributions of Fedora stakeholder institutions which allocate developer time. If you would like to be involved with Fedora4 development, please send an email to Andrew Woods awoods@duraspace.org, or to fedora-community@googlegroups.com.

DSpaceDirect Details: Fast Repository Start-up


“DSpaceDirect Details” is an ongoing series of blog posts relating key features of the only low-cost hosted repository solution for discovery, access, and archiving to common institutional repository issues

NEW ISSUE: Library of Congress Digital Preservation Newsletter

From Susan Manus, Library of Congress/NDIIPP

Washington, DC  The March, 2014 issue of the Library of Congress Digital Preservation Newsletter is now available:

http://www.digitalpreservation.gov/news/newsletter/201403.pdf.

Included in this issue:

• A Career's Worth of Archives - Bill LeFurgy talks about his career and personal archives, as he heads into retirement

OR2014 Sponsorship Opportunities: Reach Digital Preservation, Archiving, Access and Technology Leaders and Developers

A message from the Open Repositories 2014 Conference organizers

Helsinki, Finland  Sponsorship opportunities are now available for the International Conference on Open Repositories (OR2014). The event will take place from Monday 9 June to Friday 13 June 2014 in Helsinki, Finland.

Sprinting to Fedora4: More on Clustering, Transactions, Versioning, Pluggable Framework in Sprint B11

Winchester, MA  The Fedora team has concluded the eleventh sprint within the "Beta Phase" of Fedora4 development. The work of this and each sprint is planned and completed thanks to the contributions of Fedora stakeholder institutions which allocate developer time. If you would like to be involved with Fedora4 development, please send an email to Andrew Woods awoods@duraspace.org, or to fedora-community@googlegroups.com.

AVAILABLE: DSpace 4.1–Bug-fix Release to Feature-rich DSpace 4.0

From Mark Wood, Lead System Programmer, IUPUI, on behalf of the DSpace 4.1 Release Team, and all the DSpace developers

DSpace developers have announced that that DSpace 4.1 is now available!  DSpace 4.1 is a bug-fix release to the recent release of feature-rich DSpace 4.0 which includes tools for improving your users’ experience and web services integrations. DSpace 4.1 contains no new features.

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