South Central States Fedora Users Group Meeting. The meeting will include conversations regarding current implementations, work underway at peer institutions, discussion for users considering the tool, and Fedora workshops led by Fedora experts and developers. This meeting will contain discussion of work currently underway and open discussion of Fedora for those who are considering adoption on their campus. We will be asking for attendees to present upon their various projects in either long or short sessions. There will also be training available, delivered by the DuraSpace Fedora team.
We welcome anyone in the region both currently using Fedora or considering using Fedora for management of digital assets as a repository or archive. This meeting is for all ranges of technical skill level.
Note: Registration is required.
Day 1: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Day 2: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Start and end times are subject to change depending on schedule. See Agenda below.
Bizzell Memorial Library, University of Oklahoma – Norman, OK
Lower Level 1 - Community Room
Bizzell Memorial Library
401 W. Brooks St
Norman, OK 73019
Day 1 (July 18)
You are welcome to arrive early to the library. There is a coffee shop, the Bookmark Cafe, on Lower Level 1 across from the Community Room.
|Convene and introductions|
Presentations of work:
|Fedora at UT-Libraries|
|Create AWS Lambda functions to process Tiff images in S3 buckets (code)||Tao Zhao|
|Virtual reality data preservation||Carl Grant|
|Texas Digital Library, Promoting collaborative efforts||Ryan Steans|
|Reconvene, additional presentations of work:|
|Becoming a Trustworthy Digital Repository: Some Thoughts||Mark Phillips|
|Bayou City DAMS Development: The Story So Far…||Anne Gaynor|
|Evaluating DAMS and the idea of a DAME (Digital Asset Management Ecosystem)|
|What's New with Fedora?||Andrew Woods|
|Tour of Galileo's World|
|Closing Remarks and Break for Day|
|Social Dinner: Victoria's|
Day 2 (July 19)
Introduction to Fedora Workshop
The workshop will include several hands-on sections using a Fedora 4 virtual machine image, so please follow these instructions to get the VM up and running on your laptop *before* the workshop. Let me know if you run into any problems - we are doing this in advance so we do not have to troubleshoot problems at the workshop.
4. Using a Command Line Interface, navigate to the VM directory from step 3 and run the command: vagrant up
|12:00 PM||Closing Remarks||We did not have time to make future plans for the group, but will schedule a Google Hangout to discuss next steps.|
Minutes from discussions
On-campus hotel, .5 miles from library