Hydra Europe Symposium - an event for digital collection managers, collection owners and their software developers that will provide insights into how Hydra can serve your needs
Presentations are now linked from the programme
|For the less technical||For the more technical|
|Thursday 23rd 10.30am - 11.00am||Registration|
|Thursday 23rd 11.00am - 1.00pm|
Hydra from 35,000 feet, and
The first part of this session is aimed mainly at people coming new to Hydra and will comprise a general introduction to the software and the Hydra community.
Welcome - Chris Awre, University of Hull
Hydra from 35,000ft - Chris Awre, University of Hull
The second part will consist of a number of demonstrations and may be of interest to a wider audience
In order to pack more in, a number of the demonstrations employed existing screencasts which can be found at the links below. Note that the screencasts for ScholarSphere and Hull are both getting a little dated!
|Lunch||Lunch and registration|
|Thursday 23rd 2.00pm - 4.30pm|
This session will attempt to give an overview of what it means to adopt Hydra, likely including such things as... What resources will it need (human and technical)? How do I go about migrating from my existing system to a Hydra-based one? As a "less technical" person, what should I know about the technology? I hear that Hydra is moving from using Fedora 3 as its underlying repository to Fedora 4 - what does that mean for me?
Code sharing; Hydra labs; the Hydra codebase
|Early evening||Optional dinner||Optional dinner|
|Friday 24th 9.30am - 12.00pm|
The content of the Friday session for the more technical attendees will be determined by those who register to come. We have a number of topics and sessions that we would be happy to put on and you are invited to vote for which one(s) you would like to have happen. On offer are such things as:
|Friday 24th 1.00pm - 3.30pm|
Data Curation Experts will lead a 3.5 day HydraCamp from Monday 20th April - lunchtime Thursday 23rd April 2015. HydraCamp is open to all developers interested in building skills working with the Hydra technology framework. High-level course topics incliude:
Space is limited to 20 students, so sign up now!
At the end of the Camp proper, attendees are very welcome to join the Hydra Symposium described above.