My Docs and Drafts
I'm the Technical Lead for the DSpace Project at DuraSpace. This essentially means I coordinate community participation in the open source development process, mostly by working with the DSpace Committers to plan & release new versions of DSpace software.
Other unofficial roles/activities:
- Consultant with the BibApp Project
Before starting at DuraSpace, I was the Technology Lead for IDEALS, the digital repository for scholarship and research at the University of Illinois. Along with colleagues from University of Wisconsin-Madison and University of Illinois, I also helped develop on BibApp, an open source campus research gateway and expert finder. I've been an active Code Committer for DSpace since 2006, and received my Masters in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois in 2005. Prior to that, I used to work for a small Chicago-based consulting firm (yes – I'm an ex-consultant!), helping Fortune 500 companies better manage their digital documents.
My LinkedIn Profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/timdonohue
Talks / Presentations
I try to put most of my presentations on SlideShare: http://www.slideshare.net/tdonohue
Many of my past presentations (prior to 2010) are available for download in IDEALS at the University of Illinois.
Feel free to contact me if you are looking for something in particular.
E-mail: tdonohue at duraspace dot org
IRC nickname (on #dspace and #duraspace): tdonohue