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Andrew Woods1, Karen Estlund2, Esmé Cowles3, Tom Johnson4
1DuraSpace, United States of America; 2Pennsylvania State University; 3Princeton University; 4Data Curation Experts
In 1998 when the original paper1 detailing the Fedora architecture was published there were many more open questions around the boundaries of responsibility of a Fedora repository and how the services the architecture could fit into the nascent repository application stack. In the subsequent 20 years, the maturation of both the software ecosystem surrounding a Fedora repository and the real-world requirements defined by the experience of our community’s use cases have clarified Fedora’s role in supporting the goals of preservation and access in the context of big data and performance at scale.
This understanding has resulted in the establishment of a well-specified application programming interface (API) that provides a stable layer of abstraction between Fedora clients and repository instances. In this way, alternate Fedora implementations suited for specific service profiles can all expose the same core of services to repository clients.
This panel will discuss the historical context in which the Fedora API Specification resides, the top-level aspects of and reflections from implementers of the specification.
2:15pm - 3:00pm
Islandora Outside the Box
Jonathan Green1, John Herbert1, Diego Pino2, Mark Jordan3, Bryan Brown4, Kim Pham5
1LYRASIS; 2Metropolitan New York Library Council; 3Simon Fraser University; 4Florida State University Libraries; 5University of Toronto Scarborough
- Jonathan Green, Team Lead, LYRASIS.
- John Herbert, Director of Digital Programs, LYRASIS
- Diego Pino, Software Developer, Metropolitan New York Library Council
- Mark Jordan, Head of Library Systems, SFU
- Bryan Brown, Software Developer, Florida State University Libraries
- Kim Pham, Acting Coordinator, Digital Scholarship Unit, University of Toronto Scarborough
Each panelist will give a brief introduction and then we will have a group discussion about interesting and varied uses of Islandora, including: IIIF in Islandora, migrating from Bepress, migrations using the MIK tool, batch importing into Islandora, integrating Islandora with other systems and anything else the audience is interested in.