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Open Source Sustainability in Digital Curation/Preservation Software
Open source sustainability is hard. This talk will outline what the Islandora and Fedora communities have done to address sustainability in their projects, as well as touch in the critical need for sustainability around ...
Building Community and Tools for Analyzing Web Archives through Datathons
Starting in March 2016, the Archives Unleashed team and our collaborators have brought together social scientists, humanists, archivists, librarians, computer scientists, and other stakeholders to explore web archives as ...
Sustainability of Community-owned Repository Software: A Call to Action
Sustainability of open-source software is a continual challenge in the relatively small world of cultural heritage institutions. The challenge is amplified due to the critical preservation implications tied to institutional ...
Islandora: Creating and Sustaining an Open Source Community
Three years have passed since the formation of the Islandora Foundation was announced at Open Repositories 2013. Since that time, the project has welcomed more than two dozen supporting institutions, hosted Islandora Camps ...
Building Successful, Open Repository Software Ecosystems: Technology and Community
Archivematica, AtoM (Access to Memory), Fedora, Hydra, and Islandora provide a set of functions which contribute to a diverse curation and repository ecosystem. They are also projects existing in a greater open source ...
Synergies Initiatives at York University Libraries
Synergies Background, About York Digital Journals, Open Journal Systems functionality, OJS at York, Local Challenges, Synergies Challenges
Open Repositories 2007 Conference Findings
Topics discussed are Interoperability, OAI-ORE, Manakin XML UI, Dark Archives, BibApp mashup, SIMILE project at MIT.