The state of the work is that is in progress. Like Fedora 4, CLAW is a complete rewrite of the entire Islandora stack. It is a collaborative community effort, and needs the resources of the community. An update on the project was included in the most recent Islandora Community Newsletter. You can check that out here.
- We have weekly CLAW Calls that you are more than welcome to join us on, and add items to the agenda.
- We send updates to the list each week after each call, and you can view them all here.
- We have monthly sprints which are held during the last two weeks of the month. If you (or your colleagues) are in a position to join, you are more than welcome to join us there too.
- We also have weekly CLAW lessons which are led by Diego Pino Navarro. You can find more information on them here.
- Data model, and Hydra interoperability? We're working on implementing the Portland Common Data Model (PCDM). More is available on that here and here.
If you want to see CLAW completed faster, you can help!
- Contribute developer time. Either your own, or some developer time from your institution. Not comfortable with the stack? Thats what CLAW lessons are for!
- Contribute funds: The Islandora Foundation is very close to having the necessary membership funding to hire a Technical Lead, who could devote a lot more time to coordinating the development of CLAW than our current volunteer team has available. Joining the Islandora Foundation has many benefits, but adding a Technical Lead to the project will be a big one in the CLAW corner.
- Contribute opinions: We need to know how you want CLAW to work. You are welcome to attend the weekly CLAW Call detailed above. Please also watch the listserv for questions about features and use cases.