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|Contractor (with contact details)||Institution||Work done and any other notes|
Minneapolis-based; contact Mark Bussey: email@example.com
|University of Hull|
March-December 2011 - design and implementation of Hydra@Hull (using Hydra 3 at the time), coupled with training of local staff for ongoing maintenance and development, which enabled subsequent move to Hydra 6 and other developments - http://hydra.hull.ac.uk
Summer 2014 - design and implementation of Blacklight index for combination of three archives catalogues at Hull History Centre - http://catalogue.hullhistorycentre.org.uk
UK based; contact Anusha Ranganathan (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Richard Jones (email@example.com)
See also: http://cottagelabs.com/willow
University of Hull
University of Oxford
Summer 2016 - Implementation of an automated workflow to package and deposit research data from cloud-hosted storage (Box) through Archivematica and into Hydra@Hull.
March 2017 - June 2019 - Providing an instance of Hydra, with GeoBlacklight and IIIF support to the University of Jisc Research Data Management Framework. Over the course of the contract we will be carrying out various enhancements to the platform, with a view to feeding back general changes to the community.
Oct 2015 - Mar 2016 - Development of a prototype discovery index for medieval manuscripts that combines traditional descriptive catalog records with user-enhanced information in the form of transcriptions and annotations.The discovery index is a web application that utilizes a customized Blacklight front-end coupled with a SOLR index.
Sep 2015 - Sep 2016 - Design and development of a simple demonstration workflow between a data repository and a data paper publisher, enabling researchers to easily publish datasets as peer reviewed data articles. The implementation takes the form of a API definition along with a reference implementation, in the form of a bridging application allowing researcher to submit references to their datasets from the institution / subject data repositories, create a data paper in accordance to the chosen publisher / journal requirements with the help of the application and once complete, submit the paper to the chosen journal. The application is based on Sufia 6
Based in San Diego and Portland; contact Crystal Richardson: firstname.lastname@example.org
2007 to Current - Notch8 was founded as a Rails Consultancy, with extensive experience in solr and complex devops. We have completed several Rails projects with UCSD, and are working with UCLA and UC Merced on a research opportunities portal.
Offices in Oregon and New Hampshire
|Oregon Shakespeare Fest||A small suite of Sufia-based apps|
|Rails & front-end experience|
|Rails & front-end experience|
|The Digital Research Technologies Team have been hosting and developing EPrints for 10 years. As of January, started working with Hydra. Currently working towards offering Hyku hosting and can also offer consultancy and bespoke development. Web site to follow!|