Islandora is an open-source software framework designed to help institutions and organizations and their audiences collaboratively manage, and discover digital assets using a best-practices framework.  Islandora was originally developed by the University of Prince Edward Island's Robertson Library, but is now implemented and contributed to by an ever-growing international community.

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Keeping Tabs on Islandora

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One of the things that makes Islandora work is the amazing community of people using, developing, and sharing ideas about it, which acts as a sort of informal support network (especially the listserv. Seriously, you guys are awesome). 

It's a community that has grown in a fairly organic way, which means it can be a little spread out, especially if you are new to Islandora and aren't sure where to look. Today's blog is a primer on where to go, what to subscribe to, and what to watch to keep tabs on the Islandora community.

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Fedora 4 Project Update III

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The Fedora 4 upgration is coming into its third month with a big focus on migration. Notes from the last project meeting are available here. Some highlights:

Jared Whiklo, Web Application Developer at University of Manitoba, has joined the project team and is working with Danny and Nick on code tasks. 

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Islandora Foundation: Meet the Partners

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The Islandora Foundation has been very fortunate to welcome six new Partner-level members in the past few months, due in large part to enthusiasm over our ongoing Fedora 4/Islandora 7.x upgration project. I'd like to take some time in this week's blog to highlight those new members, and all of the Foundation supporters who have helped us to get where we are today.

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