Meet the Members

Meet the Members

Welcome to the first in a series of blog posts aimed at introducing you to some of the movers and shakers who work tirelessly to advocate, educate and promote Fedora and other community-supported programs like ours. At Fedora, we are strong because of our people and without individuals like this advocating for continued development we… Read more »

Fedora 6 Alpha Release is Here

Fedora 6 Alpha Release is Here

Today marks a milestone in our progress toward Fedora 6 – the Alpha Release is now available for download and testing! Over the past year, our dedicated Fedora team, along with an extensive list of active community members and committers, have been working hard to deliver this exciting release to all of our users. So… Read more »

Fedora Migration Paths and Tools Project Update: October 2020

Fedora Migration Paths and Tools Project Update: October 2020

This is the first in a series of monthly blog posts that will provide updates on the IMLS-funded Fedora Migration Paths and Tools: a Pilot Project. The first phase of the project began in September with kick-off meetings for each pilot partner: the University of Virginia and Whitman College. These meetings established roles and responsibilities… Read more »

NOW AVAILABLE: DSpace 7.0 Beta 3

NOW AVAILABLE: DSpace 7.0 Beta 3

Dear DSpace Community, The DSpace Leadership Group, the DSpace Committers and LYRASIS are proud to announce that DSpace 7.0 Beta 3 is now available for download and testing. Beta 3 is the third scheduled Beta release provided for community feedback and to introduce the new features of the 7.0 platform. As a Beta release, we… Read more »

Are Your University’s Researchers Discoverable?

Are Your University’s Researchers Discoverable?

As the world awaits more information about COVID-19 and the SARS-CoV-2 virus, we look to biomedical research to deliver information, treatments, and an eventual vaccine. Lately, research processes are accelerating, and researchers are collaborating, comparing results, and working together more than ever. To collaborate effectively, researchers need to find each other quickly, but that can… Read more »