A couple weeks ago, during Open Repositories 2012, Penn State announced that they had opened registration for this year’s HydraCamp. The slots quickly filled, and 48 hours later the wait list was 8 people deep. We are working to open up a couple more slots, so if you haven’t registered but hope to attend, visit [...]
We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of commercial support services for Fedora. This has been a long time coming for the Fedora community, and I’m very excited that MediaShelf is now ready to provide this as a regular service offering. This support offering is staffed entirely by Fedora committers and we are setting aside [...]
Next week, the Code4Lib community will descend upon Bloomington, IN. If you’re attending the conference, you will have many opportunities to learn more about Hydra and to connect with Hydra developers. All of the Hydra-related presentations and organized Hydra activities will be on Wednesday, February 9th.