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Update on DuraSpace OrganizaGon and the DSpace Community Valorie Hollister Director of Community Programs SPARC DSpace User Group Mee=ng March 5, 2014
Agenda 1. 2. 3. 4. DuraSpace Update DSpace Community Update DSpace Governance & Vision work DSpace 4.x key new features
“DuraSpace is an independent 501(c)(3) not-‐for-‐proﬁt organiza=on providing leadership and innova=on for open technologies that promote durable, persistent access to digital data. We collaborate with academic, scien=ﬁc, cultural, and technology communi=es by suppor=ng projects and crea=ng services to help ensure that current and future genera=ons have access to our collec=ve digital heritage.”
How is DuraSpace organized? Funded through community sponsorship & RSP program Projects Funded through service revenue & grants Services Education!
DuraSpace Team Michele Kimpton Chief Execu=ve Oﬃcer Jonathan Markow Chief Strategy Oﬃcer Carol Minton Morris Valorie Hollister Tim Donohue Andrew Woods David Wilcox Marke=ng/Comm Community Programs DSpace Tech Lead Fedora Tech Lead Fedora Project Manager Bill Branan DuraCloud Tech Lead Erik Paulsson DuraCloud Carissa Smith DuraCloud/DSpaceDirect
DSpace Community Sponsorship $300,000 $250,000 $200,000 $150,000 $100,000 $50,000 $-‐ 2010 2011 2012 2013
2013 DSpace Sponsors PlaGnum -‐ $20,000 Texas Digital Library Gold -‐ $10,000 Cornell University Indiana University Massachusecs Ins=tute of Technology North Carolina State University University of Bri=sh Columbia University of Cambridge University of Manitoba University of Michigan University of Texas Libraries Aus=n University of Toronto Virginia Tech Silver -‐ $5,000 Georgia Ins=tute of Technology Harvard University Na=onal Library of Finland Northern Illinois University Rice University The Ohio State University University of Calgary University of Edinburgh University of Guelph University of Kansas Université de Liège University of Maryland University of Minnesota University of Ocawa University of Victoria York University Libraries
2013 DSpace Sponsors Bronze -‐ $2,500 Creighton University George Mason University Georgetown University Imperial College London Malmo University New York University Northern Territory Library Oregon State University Rockefeller University University of Adelaide University of Arizona University of Auckland University of Hawaii at Manoa University of Hong Kong University of Missouri Université de Montréal University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Bronze -‐ $2,500 -‐ con$nued Vanderbilt University Library Vrije University Amsterdam Washington State University Libraries Youngstown State University Friends -‐ $2,499 and below Kansas State University Loughborough University Massey University University College Cork University of Delaware
Registered Service Providers Argonet @mire CILEA/CINECA Enova=on Solu=ons Longsight ProviderIT/Neki Technologies Open Repository/BioMed Central
Board of Directors Provides ﬁscal oversight and advises on strategic direc=on, does not provide oversight on projects • • • • • • • • • • James Hilton, U of Michigan Paul Courant, U of Michigan Mike Conlon, U of Florida Chuck Henry, CLIR Tom Cramer, Stanford University Laura Woods, Tuis University Tyler Walters, Virginia Tech Anne Jarvis, Cambridge University Heather Joseph, SPARC Dan Cohen, DPLA
Debunking Myths about DuraSpace 1. DuraSpace has teams of developers working on DSpace and Fedora. 2. DuraSpace is funded by the Moore Founda=on and others. 3. DuraSpace is DSpace on Fedora. 4. Community sponsorship dollars are funding DuraCloud. 5. Bringing on more projects reduces eﬀort on exis=ng projects.
DSpace Community Update
Our DSpace community is global 5% 8% 2% 1% 26% Asia Western Europe North America 13% South America Eastern Europe Africa Middle East Australia/New Zealand 20% 25% Con=nued adop=on around the world, par=cularly developing countries
Number of DSpace Instances 1800 1600 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0 Jan 08 Jan 09 Jan 10 Jan 11 Jan 12 188 new instances in 2013 1,578 instances to date Jan 13 Jan 14
DSpace Community Groups • DSpace Commicers • DSpace Community Advisory Team (DCAT) hcp://=nyurl.com/dspace-‐dcat • DSpace Ambassadors • DSpace Vision Group • DSpace Steering Group
How development work gets done • • • • • • • Ad hoc, developer-‐driven planning process New features must ﬁt in the “=me box” New features approved by at least 2 commicers Consulta=on with DCAT on new features Commicers trust one another When controversy, majority vote wins Commicers have veto power
DSpace Governance & Vision Work
Project Governance • A shii towards more formal governance star=ng a year ago – Project Steering Group – Advisory Group – Working Groups – like the DSpace Vision Group – DuraSpace Board of Director representa=on • In process for Fedora and VIVO
Steering Group Charter • Advise and approve DSpace governance model • Approve alloca=on of DSpace revenue • Determine process for sesng strategic goals • Help secure resources for future work
DSpace Steering Commi:ee • • • • • • • • • Richard Jizba Creighton University Debra Hanken Kurtz Texas Digital Library (TDL) David Lewis Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) Stuart Lewis University of Edinburgh Bram Luyten @mire David Palmer The University of Hong Kong Ingrid Parent University of Bri=sh Columbia (UBC) Eloy Rodrigues University of Minho …plus two at-‐large Sponsor Representa=ves
DSpace 4.x Key New Features Reference: “DSpace 4.0 Roundup” Webinar h:p://slidesha.re/1jNyX47
Timing of Releases • [major].[minor] (e.g. 4.0, 4.1, 5.0) • MAJOR=new features • MINOR= bug ﬁxes (only) • New major release each year in Nov/Dec • Most recent 3 versions will be supported (1.8, 3.x & 4.x); depreca=on of 1.7 and prior More info at hcp://=nyurl.com/dspace-‐relno "All About DSpace 4" Webinar by H. Pottinger
What went in to DSpace 4.0? • Lots of hard work from these folks: – DSpace Commicers – The DSpace 4 Release Team (RT) • Mark H. Wood – RT Leader (IUPUI) • Hardy Posnger (University of Missouri) • Andrea Bollini (CINECA) – 59 individuals contributed code – DCAT "All About DSpace 4" Webinar by H. Pottinger
Notable Features of DSpace 4.0 • • • • • • • • • • • • • REST-‐API module (webinar at hcp://slidesha.re/1n52NlY ) “Request a Copy” for non-‐public ﬁles DOI Support Discovery (faceted search/browse) replaces legacy Search & Browse as the default SWORDv2 updates Improved Command Line features Simple Embargo supported in AIP import/export You can run your handle server on another machine LDAP authen=ca=on improvements Becer-‐looking thumbnails from media ﬁlter Cura=on task for consuming “web services” Filtering web spiders from sta=s=cs based on domain or user-‐agent More help for Google Scholar (and similar) to becer index your content "All About DSpace 4" Webinar by H. Pottinger
“Request a copy” for non-‐public ﬁles "All About DSpace 4" Webinar by H. Pottinger
DSpace 4 JSPUI-‐speciﬁc features • A new Bootstrap-‐based default look and feel hcp://slidesha.re/1c3sSR9 • Integrated PubMed, Arxiv and CrossRef metadata lookup • AJAX progress bar for ﬁle upload step • Sherpa/Romeo integra=on • Por=ng XMLUI-‐only features • Batch metadata import for bibliographic formats jspui "All About DSpace 4" Webinar by H. Pottinger
A new Bootstrap-‐based default look and feel Webinar at hcp://slidesha.re/1c3sSR9 "All About DSpace 4" Webinar by H. Pottinger
DSpace 4 XMLUI-‐speciﬁc features • Support simple embargo in item display • Language switching • Mobile theme matures from beta xmlui "All About DSpace 4" Webinar by H. Pottinger
What’s ahead • • • • DSpace 4.1, DSpace 5.0 Vision Survey results DSpace Steering Commicee budget discussion DuraSpace Sponsor Summit next week
QuesGons? Valorie Hollister email@example.com
Acknowledgements/References • “DSpace 4.0 Roundup” Webinar by Hardy Posnger: hcp://slidesha.re/1jNyX47 • “DSpace User Interface Innova=on” Webinar by Andrea Bollini: hcp://slidesha.re/1c3sSR9 • “Integra=ng with DSpace 4” Webinar by Peter Dietz: hcp://slidesha.re/1n52NlY
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