Date: Tuesday July 3rd
Time: 2.00pm - 3.30PM (BST, GMT/UTC +1)
Location: Kelvin Room at RSE Edinburgh
Host event: http://libraryblogs.is.ed.ac.uk/repofringe18/
Registration: only formal registration needed for the Repository Fringe itself. If you are attending or have attended this user group, please add your name to the bottom of this page.
Remote attendance - DuraSpace Zoom
If the local connectivity permits it, we will try to make remote attendance possible through the DSpace meeting room on Zoom:
This requires a plugin to be installed on your system before you can connect. Please do this in advance if you intend to participate and initially keep your microphone on mute when you join the call.
Google Hangout fallback
In case there are connectivity issues with Zoom, the following Google Hangout will be used as a fallback:
As it stands right now, we are expecting a rather small group of attendees, which should work great for a participative discussion format. We will start the session with introductions, allowing all participants to state where they are from and what their biggest DSpace challenge is in the second half of this year. If there are any common themes, we'll likely pick up on those and discuss these.
Some of the topics that might pop up:
- Migrating from other software to DSpace
- Essential vs optional areas of work
- DSpace upgrades
- I'm on version XXX right now, to which version should I be upgrading and when???
- DSpace ORCID integration
- What's included in the recent DSpace 5.x and 6.x fixes
- What are the implications of the SOLR-cached DSpace "authorities", representing ORCID information
- DSpace & GDPR
- Data Protection and Privacy
- - DS-3653Getting issue details... STATUS
- DSpace RIOXX & REF patches
- The DSpace based Open Repository platform from Atmire
- DSpace 7 development
- DSpace statistics
- DSpace & Google Analytics: what's the most useful to look at today?
- DuraSpace membership
Bram Luyten (Atmire)
James Evans (Atmire)
Elena Menéndez-Alonso (University of Plymouth)
Robin Rice (University of Edinburgh)
John Pinto, remote attendance (University of Edinburgh)
Sarah Molloy (Queen Mary University of London) - remote attendance
Susanna Mornati (4Science)