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SHARE Releases Notification System Project Plan

DSpace news - პარ, 07/02/2014 - 01:32

From Judy Ruttenberg, ARL Communications

Washington, DC  The SHared Access Research Ecosystem (SHARE)—a joint initiative of the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), the Association of American Universities (AAU), and the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU)—today released the SHARE Notification System Project Plan (PDF). The plan details the first in a series of activities to be undertaken by SHARE to ensure that scholarly research outputs are discovered and built upon in a manner that facilitates and accelerates the research process. The SHARE notification system is consistent with higher education’s ongoing mission to encourage community-driven solutions that increase public access to research and maximize knowledge creation.

Funding agencies, sponsored research offices at universities, institutional and disciplinary repositories, and other interested parties have found it difficult to keep abreast of the release of publications, datasets, and other results of scholarly research. Across the disciplines, principal investigators and other scholars do not have any single, structured way to report on these releases in a timely and comprehensive manner. The SHARE Notification System is a higher education–based initiative to strengthen efforts to identify, discover, and track research outputs.

The SHARE Notification System Project Plan focuses on the process by which this system will be developed. This process will also make it possible for SHARE to develop the long-term vision of a robust repository ecosystem that includes not just the notification system, but also the following:

• A distributed registry layer that can accommodate not just publications but also research data
• A discovery layer to help interested parties find research outputs across repositories
• A content aggregation layer that moves beyond curation and discovery to facilitate data and text mining of large corpora of content, as well as other community-driven value-added services

SHARE leadership anticipates that these three layers will be discussed, refined, and pursued in rough concert with the notification system planning. The precise timing and ordering of their development will be determined through community dialogue with SHARE working groups and other key stakeholders.

For more information about the project, visit the SHARE webpage and follow SHARE on Twitter and Facebook.

The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) is a nonprofit organization of 125 research libraries in the US and Canada. Its mission is to influence the changing environment of scholarly communication and the public policies that affect research libraries and the diverse communities they serve. ARL pursues this mission by advancing the goals of its member research libraries, providing leadership in public and information policy to the scholarly and higher education communities, fostering the exchange of ideas and expertise, facilitating the emergence of new roles for research libraries, and shaping a future environment that leverages its interests with those of allied organizations. ARL is on the web at http://www.arl.org/.

The Association of American Universities (AAU) is a nonprofit association of 60 US and two Canadian preeminent public and private research universities. Founded in 1900, AAU focuses on national and institutional issues that are important to research-intensive universities, including funding for research, research and education policy, and graduate and undergraduate education. AAU is on the web at http://www.aau.edu/.

The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) is a research, policy, and advocacy organization representing 219 public research universities, land-grant institutions, state university systems, and related organizations. Founded in 1887, APLU is the nation’s oldest higher education association with member institutions in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and four US territories. Annually, member campuses enroll more than 3.8 million undergraduates and 1.2 million graduate students, award over 1 million degrees, employ nearly 1 million faculty and staff, and conduct more than $37 billion in university-based research. APLU is on the web at http://www.aplu.org/.

 

CALL: Digital Preservation 2014

DSpace news - ხუთ, 06/02/2014 - 01:17

From Erin Engle, Digital Archivist, Library of Congress

Washington, DC  Digital Preservation 2014 will be held July 22-24 in the Washington, DC area.  The annual summer meeting brings together the broad, diverse digital preservation and stewardship community represented by the National Digital Stewarship Alliance (NDSA) to share achievements in the areas of technical infrastructure, innovation, content collection, standardization, and outreach and education efforts.

We are looking for your ideas, accomplishments, and project updates that highlight, contribute to, and advance the community dialog.  Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

• Scientific data and other content at risk of obsolescence, and what methods, techniques, and tools are being deployed to mitigate risk

• Innovative methods of digital preservation, especially regarding sustainable practices, community approaches, and software solutions

• Collaboration successes and lessons learned highlighting a wide-range of digital preservation activities, such as best practices, open source solutions, project management techniques, and emerging tools

• Practical examples of research and scholarly use of stewarded data or content

• Educational trends for emerging and practicing professionals

You are invited to express your interest in any of the following ways:

• Panels or presentations

• 5-minute lightning talks

• Demonstrations

• Posters

To be considered, please send 300 words or less describing what you would like to present to ndiipp@loc.gov by March 14. Accepted proposals will be notified on or around April 3.

The last day of the meeting, July 24, will be a CURATEcamp, which will take place off-site from the main meeting venue (TBD in the DC area). The focus of this camp remains to be determined, so stay tuned for more information about the camp in the coming weeks.

We look forward to your contributions.

DSPACE VISION SURVEY: Help Define the Future

DSpace news - სამ, 04/02/2014 - 20:48

Winchester, MA  What should a new, modernized DSpace application be like?

DSpace 1.0 was released on November 4, 2002. More than ten years later DSpace remains the most-used institutional repository software in the world providing preservation of, and access to millions of precious digital objects in more than 1,500 repositories.

The DSpace Vision Survey, compiled by the DSpace Vision Group consisting of DuraSpace staff members, DSpace Committers, DSpace Community Advisory Team members, and other DSpace community members, was facilitated by DuraSpace. The survey aims to gather the collective thoughts of the DSpace user community in order to define and shape the future of DSpace over the coming years. Now that DSpace is 10+ years old, it’s time to reflect on how far it has come and where it is going.

An initial DSpace Vision meeting was held in May of 2013, followed by a community session at Open Repositories 2013 that resulted in achieving consensus on broad goals and directions. These can be viewed here (PDF).

The DSpace Vision Group will analyze survey data to refine these initial goals and directions. It consists of four pages and will take 10-minutes to complete. You may comment on the value of DSpace to your community, what functionality it should offer in the future, and what systems it should integrate with. The DSpace Vision Survey will be open until the end of February. Feel free to answer as an individual, or to submit a single response from your organization:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/dspacevision

THANK YOU for joining the exciting conversation about the future direction and development of DSpace by completing the DSpace Vision Survey (download the PDF version).

About DuraSpace Cloud Services

DSpace news - ორშ, 03/02/2014 - 20:03

Winchester, MA  DuraSpace services enable large and small organizations and institutions to affordably manage, provide access to, archive and preserve their digital assets.

With the DuraCloud managed software service customers archive content across multiple cloud storage providers including Amazon S3 and Glacier, San Diego Supercomputer Center Cloud Storage, and Rackspace Cloudfiles. Key DuraCloud advantages include the ability to complete seamless back-ups of local content to the cloud, automatic content health checks and reports accessible through the web-based interface, and ongoing synchronization of all copies stored in DuraCloud.

To date DuraCloud has preserved over 11 million files and 47TBs of content and has run more than 1,000 distinct content health checks. Organizations such as ICPSR, MIT, Columbia University, and the State of North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources all use DuraCloud to archive their content.

DSpaceDirect is a new fully-hosted DSpace repository service for organizations that require the ability to manage, create access to and preserve any content or file type. It is the only hosted solution that provides archiving, discovery, access, and preservation services in one service.

DSpaceDirect makes it possible for small institutions to get up and running with a repository that they can then make available to their patrons as well as users worldwide. Users say that the DSpaceDirect easy start-up accelerates additional discussions about digital content stewardship and preservation best practices at their institutions. Still in beta phase, the service will be launched to the public in March of this year. Currently several small to medium-sized organizations that include universities, non-profits, government organizations, and associations are using the service as part of the DSpaceDirect Beta Testing Phase.

David Wilcox is the New Fedora Product Manager for the DuraSpace Team

DSpace news - ოთხ, 29/01/2014 - 20:09

Winchester, MA  The DuraSpace organization is pleased to announce that David Wilcox has accepted a position with DuraSpace as the product manager for the Fedora project effective February 17, 2014. In his role as product manager for Fedora David will be working closely with the community and steering group to set the vision and long term roadmap for Fedora. David will join Fedora technical director Andrew Woods as dedicated Fedora project staff.

David is a long-time member of the Fedora community. He joins the DuraSpace team after serving as the program manager at DiscoveryGarden since 2012. His responsibilities included managing the delivery of all client projects and presenting on Islandora and Fedora topics at workshops and conferences around the world. He was formerly the training and support coordinator at the University of Prince Edward Island where he wrote and maintained Islandora project documentation. He provided support for the online community through the users and developers mailing lists.

David graduated with a Master of Library and Information Studies degree from Dalhousie University in 2010. He earned a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Philosophy from St. Thomas University in 2005.

The DuraSpace and Fedora project teams would like to extend a warm welcome to David in his new role as the Fedora product manager, and look forward to his contributions towards Fedora’s continued growth and success.

Open Repositories Conference Update: OR2014 Proposal Deadline Extended

DSpace news - ოთხ, 29/01/2014 - 19:39

A message from the Open Repositories 2014 Conference organizers

Helsinki, Finland The final deadline for submitting proposals for the Ninth International Conference on Open Repositories (#or2014) has been extended until Monday, Feb. 10, 2014. The conference is scheduled to take place June 9-13 in Helsinki and is being hosted by University of Helsinki‘s twin libraries: Helsinki University Library and the National Library of Finland.

The theme this year is "Towards Repository Ecosystems" emphasizing the interconnected nature of repositories, institutions, technologies, data and the people who make it all work together. You may review the call for proposals here: http://or2014.helsinki.fi/?page_id=281.

This year the Open Repositories team will be operating a pilot programme to offer a small number of 'registration fee only' scholarships for this conference. Details will be announced on the conference website when registration opens.

Submit your proposal here: https://www.conftool.com/or2014/ by Feb. 10, 2014.

We look forward to seeing you at OR2014!

World Bank Open Knowledge Repository Introduces Mobile-Friendly Design

DSpace news - ხუთ, 23/01/2014 - 18:59

From the World Bank

Washington, DC  In keeping up with the rapid growth in mobile usage worldwide, the World Bank just relaunched the Open Knowledge Repository (OKR)—its open access portal to its publications and research—on an upgraded platform specifically optimized for mobile use. The relaunched OKR website, at https://openknowledge.worldbank.org features a “responsive web design” that automatically adapts to the screen size of any device—whether desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone.

“Knowing that nearly half of OKR users are in developing countries where mobile devices are increasingly being used to access the internet, relaunching the OKR with responsive design was a no-brainer,” said Carlos Rossel, World Bank Publisher. “Now, when users access the OKR from their smartphones or tablets, they will have a greatly improved user experience.”

The benefits of this change will ultimately extend well beyond users of the OKR. The World Bank and @mire— the DSpace service provider supporting the development of the OKR—are applying the same responsive design principles in the development of Mirage 2, a theme for DSpace that will be freely available. DSpace is the open source platform on which the OKR is built, and it is used by more than 1,500 organizations worldwide for their institutional repositories.

The OKR upgrade brings other user enhancements such as improved search, related title recommendations, enhanced author profiles, and the adoption of a new Creative Commons license specifically adapted for use by International Governmental Organizations (CC BY IGO). Currently, more than 13,000 publications are available in the OKR in PDF and text formats. In the future, more file formats will be added, making the mobile experience even more convenient for users.

Since the OKR's launch in April 2012, there have been more than 2.6 million downloads of World Bank Group publications from 231* countries and territories around the world. The OKR was recently described by Creative Commons as “…one of the most important hubs for economic scholarship in the world." It was also selected by the American Library Association as one of the “Best Free Reference Web Sites of 2013.”

In coming weeks, the World Bank will also be launching a mobile version of the World Bank eLibrary—a subscription-based website with special features designed to meet the specific needs of researchers and libraries. Like the standard eLibrary website, the mobile version will supply search results at the chapter-level for its most recent titles, along with several user tools and features, such as individual accounts for saving searches and favorites, and customized content alerts.

*According to Google Analytics 

View the World Bank Open Knowledge infographic:

SPECIAL D-LIB MAGAZINE ISSUE: All About the Research Data Alliance (RDA)

DSpace news - ოთხ, 22/01/2014 - 20:18

Washington, DC  The January 2014 issue of D-Lib Magazine (http://www.dlib.org) is a special issue on the topic of the Research Data Alliance (RDA). This organization focuses on building social and technical bridges to enable open sharing of data across borders and disciplines. Guest editors are Fran Berman, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Ross Wilkinson, Australian National Data Service; and John Wood, The Association of Commonwealth Universities.

The guest editorial is:

Building Global Infrastructure for Data Sharing and Exchange Through the Research Data Alliance
by Fran Berman, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Ross Wilkinson, Australian National Data Service; John Wood, The Association of Commonwealth Universities

Articles include:

Synthesis of Working Group and Interest Group Activity One Year into the Research Data Alliance

by Beth Plale, Indiana University

Data Type Registries: A Research Data Alliance Working Group
by Daan Broeder, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics; Laurence Lannom, Corporation for National Research Initiatives

Improving Access to Recorded Language Data
by Simon Musgrave, Monash University, Australian National Corpus

Opening and Linking Agricultural Research Data
by Esther Dzale Yeumo Kabore, French National Institute for Agricultural Research; Devika Madalli, Indian Statistical Institute; Johannes Keizer, Food and Agriculture Office of the United Nations

Organizational Status of RDA
by Mark A. Parsons, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

WEBINAR RECORDING AVAILABLE: "DSpace 4 Roundup"

DSpace news - ოთხ, 22/01/2014 - 20:11

Winchester, MA  On January 21, DuraSpace kicked off the seventh Hot Topics Community Webinar Series, “All About DSpace 4–Improved Interfaces for Man and Machine,” curated by the Co-Founder of @mire, Bram Luyten. 

DSpace 4 was released in December and offers many new features and improvements, bringing users new functionality and improved content management tools.  In the first of three webinars Hardy Pottinger, University of Missouri Library Systems, presented a “DSpace 4 Roundup,” providing an overview of the changes, improvements and a look at the new features of DSpace 4.
 
A recording of the webinar presentation along with the presentation slides is available at http://duraspace.org/hot-topics.

There are a few spots still available for the second and third webinars in this series, “DSpace User Interface Innovation” on February 5 and “Integrating with DSpace 4” on February 19.  Registration is available at http://duraspace.org/hot-topics.  

DuraSpace and Chronopolis Partner to Build a Long-term Access and Preservation Platform

DSpace news - ოთხ, 22/01/2014 - 18:57


Joint initiative boosts academic preservation options

Winchester, MA  The DuraSpace and Chronopolis teams have partnered to offer an end-to-end solution for long-term access and preservation services for academic and scholarly data. The offering is part of a larger project called the Digital Preservation Network (DPN). Users will be able to ingest and manage their content in DuraCloud for easy-to-use offsite cloud backup and archiving,  and also push a copy of their content into the Digital Preservation Network for long-term preservation.

The DuraCloud software enables users to upload their content and create a snapshot of that content at any point by simply clicking a button in the user interface. The snapshot created in DuraCloud is transferred to Chronopolis, where checksums for each content item are verified, a manifest is generated, and the snapshot is moved into Chronopolis storage. Chronopolis is a preservation node in the DPN network. Once content is in Chronopolis, copies are replicated to a minimum of two other nodes in the network and monitored for life.

As an added benefit, a listing of the content that comprises each snapshot is accessible in the DuraCloud interface. Users can retrieve content from Chronopolis by requesting a stored snapshot in DuraCloud. Content can then be transferred out of Chronopolis storage and restored to the DuraCloud content staging area in DuraCloud. DuraCloud also provides the option of keeping snapshotted content to Chronopolis available for immediate download using another DuraCloud storage provider.

About Chronopolis

The Chronopolis digital preservation network (https://chronopolis.sdsc.edu) has the capacity to preserve hundreds of terabytes of digital data-data of any type or size, with minimal requirements on the data provider. Chronopolis comprises several partner organizations that provide a wide range of services. The partners include the UC San Diego Library, the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at UC San Diego, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), and the University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies (UMIACS).

The project leverages high-speed networks, mass-scale storage capabilities, and the expertise of the partners in order to provide a geographically distributed, heterogeneous, and highly redundant archive system. Features of the project include: three geographically distributed copies of the data; curatorial audit reporting; and the development of best practices for data packaging and sharing. A Center for Research Libraries (CRL) audit has certified Chronopolis as a "trustworthy digital repository" that meets accepted best practices in the management of digital repositories. The TRAC criteria includes organizational infrastructure, digital object management, technologies, technical infrastructure, and security. These criteria represent best current practices and thinking about the organizational and technological needs of trustworthy digital repositories.

About DuraSpace

DuraSpace (http://duraspace.org) is an independent 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization providing leadership and innovation for open technologies that promote durable, persistent access to digital data. We collaborate with academic, scientific, cultural, and technology communities by supporting projects (DSpace, Fedora) and creating services (DuraCloud, DSpaceDirect) to help ensure that current and future generations have access to our collective digital heritage. Our values are expressed in our organizational byline, "Committed to our digital future."

WORKSHOP: Join Open Repository on Jan. 26 at ALA Midwinter, "Repositories: Big Impact–Small Budget"

DSpace news - სამ, 21/01/2014 - 19:40

From James Evans, Product Manager, Open Repository

London, UK  A reminder that Open Repository, along with colleagues from BioMed Central and Papers, will be exhibiting at the upcoming ALA Midwinter meeting (booth #668), which takes in Philadelphia from January 24-28 2014.

Open Repository will also be hosting a workshop at ALA Midwinter, entitled ‘Repositories: Big Impact – Small Budget!!’ on 26th Jan from 10:30 to 12:00. During this workshop we will share our knowledge of the challenges faced by libraries, open access and repository communities during the present economic climate. If you are interested in attending, please email: workshop@biomedcentral.com to secure your place.

Open Repository builds, hosts and customizes enhanced, DSpace repositories for institutions, enabling the institution to focus on managing and developing content within their repository. Through Open Repository and Open Repository Lite, clients can choose a package to suit their needs. Open Repository offers clients the full services required to successfully run a repository, while Open Repository Lite offers is aimed at small clients & those from emerging or developing countries, requiring a simple install at a cost effective price. Open Repository is a DuraSpace Registered Service Provider and is offered by BioMed Central, the Open Access specialist.

Extended Invitation to Participate in the DSpaceDirect Beta Testing Phase

DSpace news - პარ, 17/01/2014 - 23:44

Winchester, MA  The DSpaceDirect service is looking for TEN more institutions to participate alongside the current list of soft launch customers in the extended beta testing phase: ALA Archives (through the University of Illinois), Bennington College, Spring Arbor University, Verified Voting, and the National Children's Advocacy Center.
 
DSpaceDirect is a service from DuraSpace that allows users to easily store, organize, and manage any content or file type in a hosted DSpace repository.

If you are interested in joining the beta launch or wish to learn more about DSpaceDirect, please contact Carissa Smith

For the latest DSpaceDirect news, including pricing information and events please sign-up for the DSpaceDirect mailing list.

SLIDES AVAILABLE: DuraCloud and DSpaceDirect at CurateGear 2014

DSpace news - პარ, 17/01/2014 - 23:33

Winchester, MA  CurateGear 2014 was an interactive, day-long event that took place on January 8 focused on digital curation tools and methods. The meeting was held at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. Carissa Smith, DuraCloud Product Manager, offered a virtual overview and a demonstration of the DuraCloud and DSpaceDirect services, the first end-to-end solutions available for archiving, discovery, access, and preservation.

View the presentation here: http://www.slideshare.net/DuraSpace/curate-gear2014.

Planning for a "Fedora House" at Code4Lib

DSpace news - პარ, 17/01/2014 - 23:05

Winchester, MA  Code4Lib 2014, hosted by North Carolina State University Libraries, will take place March 24-27 in downtown Raleigh, NC. Strong Fedora 4 developer representation is expected where at least six Fedora 4 developers present. Better yet, there are rumors of a potential "Fedora 4 Hack House". If the Hack House materializes, a community Open House will be planned to socialize and take Fedora 4 out for a drive. Stay tuned.

Words and Pictures Tell the Story: DuraSpace on SlideShare in 2013

DSpace news - ხუთ, 16/01/2014 - 19:35

Winchester, MA  Duraspace is pleased to announce that presentations in the DuraSpace channel on SlideShare were among the top 2% of "most viewed" on SlideShare with 16,758 views in 2013. SlideShare Zeitgeist, a review of current trends and tips of how people used slides to share information last year, notes that people wanted more short, visual content in 2013 with fewer slides and less text.

• Follow DuraSpace on SlideShare: http://www.slideshare.net/DuraSpace/

• DuraSpace's Year on SlideShare, an statistical overview of what worked: http://www.slideshare.net/yearinreview/DuraSpace/aKLjAQ

• SlideShare Zeitgeist 2013, current trends and tips for using slides to share your message in words and pictures: http://www.slideshare.net/Slideshare/slideshare-zeitgeist-2013-29038790

If you would like to post slides related DuraSpace projects or services from meetings and conferences in the DuraSpace channel on SlideShare please contact Carol Minton Morris at cmmorris@duraspace.org.

WEBINAR RECORDING AVAILABLE: "The National Agenda for Digital Stewardship"

DSpace news - ხუთ, 16/01/2014 - 18:36

Winchester, MA  A DuraSpace Solutions Webinar: “The National Agenda for Digital Stewardship: Coordinated National Planning for Preserving Our Shared Digital Assets,” was held on January 15, 2014.  Butch Lazorchak, digital archivist in the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program at the Library of Congress, presented an overview of the National Digital Stewardship Alliance and provided an in-depth look at the 2014 National Agenda for Digital Stewardship.
 
A recording of this presentation is available at http://duraspace.org/duraspace-solutions.

SAVE THE DATE: SPARC DSpace User Group Meeting on March 5

DSpace news - ოთხ, 15/01/2014 - 23:47

Winchester, MA  Plans are in the works for a half day DSpace User Group Meeting from 8:30am to 12:30pm on March 5, 2014 in Kansas City, Missouri, immediately following the SPARC Open Access Meeting on March 2-4.

We are in the process of developing the agenda and recruiting presenters.  This has traditionally been a fairly informal meeting with lots of opportunity for networking with other DSpace users. In fact, we highly recommend that if possible you plan to allow time after the session to go to lunch and continue small group conversations around specific areas of interest.

Plans are still developing, but the meeting will likely include:

  • Update on 4.0 and beyond 
  • DSpace tutorial (specific topic TBD)*
  • Community Show & Tell
  • Structured networking session (potential topics for discussion - upgrading to 4.0, repository bibliometrics, identifiers, APIs, DSpace and CC licenses, JSPUI vs XMLUI)

If you have specific suggestions for other content (presentations, tutorials, discussions, etc.) to include in the meeting please feel free to email me at vhollister@duraspace.org.

Meeting Registration

The meeting is being sponsored by the DuraSpace organization and @mire, a Registered DSpace Service Provider. The event It is free for anyone who wishes to participate. For planning purposes, please complete this registration form by March 1: http://bit.ly/1fvE8Hs.

Community Show and Tell

Attendees are invited to talk between 5 and 10 minutes about their own current projects. The use of a few key slides is encouraged but not required. This can include but should not be limited to work on the DSpace repository, best practices and lessons learned on:

  • Budget: how you are managing your repository budget and responding to user needs
  • Strategic planning: developing a strategy and costing for future development of the repository
  • Fundraising: sourcing funding opportunities for repository projects
  • Personnel: coordinating and managing activities of repository personnel and coordinating repository development with associated departments
  • Other ideas?.....

For updated information, please visit the meeting wiki page here: https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/DSPACE/SPARC+DSpace+User+Group+Meeting+2014

In With Feature-rich DSpace 4.0, Out With DSpace 1.7

DSpace news - სამ, 14/01/2014 - 19:32

From Tim Donohue, on behalf of the DSpace Committers

Winchester, MA  The recent release of feature-rich DSpace 4.0 includes tools for improving your users’ experience and web services integrations. In accordance with the DSpace Software Support Policy DSpace 1.7.x and below are now at the "end of life". The DSpace Committer Team will only provide security updates, bug fixes and active support for DSpace versions 4.x, 3.x and 1.8.x. Users are encouraged to upgrade to DSpace versions 4.x, 3.x or 1.8.x.

Register for The DuraSpace Community Webinar Series: All About DSpace 4–Improved Interfaces for Man and Machine to find out how upgrading to the new, streamlined DSpace 4 will help you meet your organization's digital content management and preservation goals.

What does this mean?

• DSpace versions 1.7.x and below will NOT receive any further public security patches or bug fix releases.
• The DSpace Committers team takes pride in providing helpful community information and will continue to perform that function. You are welcome to ask questions on mailing lists regarding DSpace 1.7.x or below, but because those versions are considered "out of support" the extent to which your issues will be resolved may be limited.
• Recent versions of DSpace will be supported based on the following EOL schedule. So, we recommend planning your future upgrades appropriately.
–DSpace 1.8.x - Supported until January 1, 2015
–DSpace 3.x - Supported until January 1, 2016
–DSpace 4.x - Supported until January 1, 2017

Please feel free to contact the DSpace Committers if you have any questions or concerns.

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