Islandora/Fedora 4 Project and the Fedora 4 Interest Group

Hi folks-

Today is the first official day of the Islandora/Fedora 4 Project! 

I'd really like to make sure communication is clear around this project, so we are going to reconvene the Fedora 4 Interest Group under a new terms of reference, and use this as the primary place for communication about the project. That is not to say that we will not be giving regular updates to the mailing lists :-)

Islandora and Fedora 4

Now that Fedora 4 has a production release, we at the Islandora Foundation would like to share our plans to integrate so that Islandora users, new and existing, can take advantage of the expanded performance and functionality of this major update to Fedora.

To The Future and Beyond: Fedora 4 and Islandora

Press Release

30 May 2014- The Islandora framework has become a leading platform for the management of digital assets and our community continues to grow, with new installations every day and a large number of institutions and developers contributing to a reliable and feature-rich code-base.  

To The Future and Beyond: Fedora 4 and Islandora

Press Release

30 May 2014- The Islandora framework has become a leading platform for the management of digital assets and our community continues to grow, with new installations every day and a large number of institutions and developers contributing to a reliable and feature-rich code-base.  

Dispatches from the User List: Changing a Fedora PID

One of the first rules of ingesting into Fedora is that a PID, once assigned, is forever. You can have your way with any other metadata or datastreams you chose, but that Persistent Identifier is, well, persistent. This can create some sticky issues when the final architecture and security policy of a repository are not reflected in how the objects were ingested in the first place. You can always delete and re-ingest an object to give is a new PID, but when dealing with more than a handful of objects, that can get unwieldily.

General Fedora-Drupal in First Islandora

General Fedora-Drupal

This is a general description of the UPEI Fedora/Drupal system and how we are using bth products, on their own and integrated. This is based on a description created by Paul Pound on March 28, 2008. *