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AVAILABLE: The December 2013 Quarterly Report from Fedora

From The Fedora Steering Group

The Quarterly Report from Fedora

December 2013

Fedora Development - In the past quarter, the development team released two Alpha releases of Fedora 4; detailed release notes are here:

• Fedora 4 Alpha 2 Release

Open Repositories Conference Update: Save the Dates for OR2015

A message from the Open Repositories Steering Committee

We are pleased to announce that the 2015 Open Repositories Conference (OR2015) will take place in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA at the Hyatt Regency from June 8-11, 2015. The conference is being jointly hosted by Indiana University Libraries, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Library, and Virginia Tech University Libraries.

Keep in Touch: Round-Up of Fedora Repository Mailing Lists

From Andrew Woods, Fedora Project Technical Director

Winchester, MA  The Fedora project now has several email lists. This message is a reminder of what each list is and its intended purpose.

More details can be found on the wiki:

https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/FF/Mailing+Lists+etc

CALL: Digital Preservation 2014

From Erin Engle, Digital Archivist, Library of Congress

Washington, DC  Digital Preservation 2014 will be held July 22-24 in the Washington, DC area.  The annual summer meeting brings together the broad, diverse digital preservation and stewardship community represented by the National Digital Stewarship Alliance (NDSA) to share achievements in the areas of technical infrastructure, innovation, content collection, standardization, and outreach and education efforts.

DSPACE VISION SURVEY: Help Define the Future

Winchester, MA  What should a new, modernized DSpace application be like?

DSpace 1.0 was released on November 4, 2002. More than ten years later DSpace remains the most-used institutional repository software in the world providing preservation of, and access to millions of precious digital objects in more than 1,500 repositories.

About DuraSpace Cloud Services

Winchester, MA  DuraSpace services enable large and small organizations and institutions to affordably manage, provide access to, archive and preserve their digital assets.

David Wilcox is the New Fedora Product Manager for the DuraSpace Team

Winchester, MA  The DuraSpace organization is pleased to announce that David Wilcox has accepted a position with DuraSpace as the product manager for the Fedora project effective February 17, 2014. In his role as product manager for Fedora David will be working closely with the community and steering group to set the vision and long term roadmap for Fedora. David will join Fedora technical director Andrew Woods as dedicated Fedora project staff.

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