Samvera Virtual Connect meeting took place on 20-21 April with the participation of over 120 Samverans and others with interest in Samvera. The programme was packed with demonstrations of useful applications, different implementations of software components and tools in Hyrax,
The Advancing Hyku team is delighted to share our project update for the period ending February 15, 2021. As usual, the up to date roadmap (click image for full resolution view): Community Project Collaboration This round’s update is not just
Results of the survey we conducted last month across current and prospective members of the Samvera Community are in! Top level takeaways: As was our hope, we received confirmation that community contributions of features on our requirements list will allow
Your vote matters in feature prioritization! Samvera Connect 2020 took place virtually between 22-29 October 2020. Of course we missed seeing community friends in person in California, but on the other hand, having it virtual enabled more of us to
The Advancing Hyku team is delighted to share our project update for the period ending September 1, 2020. How did a whole year go by on this project (and in these odd times) already? First, the up to date roadmap
The Advancing Hyku team is delighted to share our project update for the period ending June 1, 2020. First, the up to date roadmap: Next, context for completed and upcoming segments of work: “Hykurax” Project Collaborations In true Samvera Community
The Advancing Hyku project continued pretty well apace despite COVID-19 disruptions to work spaces and hiring pipelines. Only our blog updates fell behind! Catching up with Spring 2020 before posting Summer 2020.
The Advancing Hyku team is delighted to share our roadmap for this project through 2022. Here’s the thumbnail: Tune in to our updates at the upcoming Samvera Partner Meeting on April 12 and Samvera Virtual Connect on April 21.
October 15, 2019 The University of Virginia is pleased to announce a two-year award in the amount of $1,000,000 from Arcadia—a charitable fund of philanthropists Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin—in support of the “Advancing Hyku: Open Source Institutional Repository Platform