The Avalon Media System update is intended to give a summary of the development progress and goals of the Avalon team since the last Samvera Connect. New work discussed will include transcript support, work on the Avalon IIIF media player and continued development on porting Avalon to Hyrax. The video recording of this segment is available at the 'Related URL' below.
Hyku, the multi-tenant Samvera solution built on Hyrax, is moving full-steam through 2020 with project initiatives that will bring valuable features to this platform. We'll look at a snapshot of current notable Hyku projects, as well at the roadmap ahead. We'll also highlight new turnkey service solutions and Hyku's presence in the community and online. The video recording of this segment is available at the 'Related URL' below.
A team at Duke University Libraries refactored the Duke Digital Repository software stack, replacing Fedora 3 with the Valkyrie gem. The project kicked off in November of 2018, and concluded with the rollout of DDR 2.0.0 in January of 2020. Presenters will share the team’s experience and provide an overview of the DDR’s updated architecture. The video recording of this segment is available at the 'Related URL' below.
Component Maintenance WG - James Griffin BrowseEverything IG - James Griffin Metadata IG - Anna Goslen Hyrax v3.0 Metadata Application Profile Documentation Review WG - Nora Egloff Repository Management IG - Moira Downey Infrastructure WG - Michael Klein Newspapers IG - Eben English Hyrax Maintenance WG - Tom Johnson Geo Predicates WG - John Huck The video recording of this segment is available at the 'Related URL' below. and Working and Interest Group Updates
Forking this Github starter project spins up a webpack React dev environment, along with some tools and commands to bundle your React component to share via NPM. An alternative to Create React App, the project configuration was developed with the aim of exporting and sharing with other React apps in the wild. The video recording of this segment is available at the 'Related URL' below.
IIIF player, is a ReactJS component which renders a MediaElementJS player and a structure navigation component from a IIIF 3.0 spec manifest. This is delivered as an exportable yarn/npm package. The video recording of this segment is available at the 'Related URL' below.
The University of Hull has been partnering with CoSector to develop and implement a digital preservation infrastructure for the management of a digital archive for the UK City of Culture 2017. The infrastructure is based on a combination of systems that do they do best, with Hyrax and Archivematica central to the overall workflow. Following development in 2019, this talk provides an update on implementation of the infrastructure and reports on the lessons learned from turning an idea into practical reality. The video recording of this segment is available at the 'Related URL' below.
Advancing Hyku, //advancinghyku.io/ Hyku for Consortia, What are the alignments and differences of three currently funded Hyku/Hyrax development efforts? A discussion with Advancing Hyku, Hyku for Consortia, and Hyrax Analytics leads will address deliverables of each project, unique contributions, and areas of alignment and collaboration of these three concurrent efforts to enhance the Hyku/Hyrax community core and Hyku/Hyrax applicability to use specific use cases. Background information on each project is available at, // www.imls.gov/grants/awarded/lg-36-19-0033-19 The video recording of this segment is available at the 'Related URL' below., https, and // www.hykuforconsortia.org/ Hyrax Analytics
Princeton and Northwestern recently underwent a two-week spike to explore a set of new technologies we might use in our respective teams. We looked at ElasticSearch, Elixir, and Phoenix. This presentation will go through our expected outcomes, strategies for a successful collaboration, our eventual output, and a retrospective on how the process went with advice for any others looking to do this kind of exploratory work. The video recording of this segment is available at the 'Related URL' below.
Fedora 6, the next major version of Fedora, will focus on digital preservation by aligning with the Oxford Common File Layout (OCFL). The OFCL is an application-independent approach to the storage of digital objects in a structured, transparent, and predictable manner. This provides many benefits, including, storage diversity, to ensure content can be stored on diverse storage infrastructures including cloud object stores, parsability, both by humans and machines, to ensure content can be understood in the absence of original software, robustness against errors, corruption, and migration between storage technologies, versioning, so repositories can make changes to objects allowing its history to persist, and and completeness, so that a repository can be rebuilt from the files it stores. This presentation will provide an overview of the Fedora 6 design, including a brief introduction to the OCFL and how it is being implemented, along with a summary of development progress to date and the anticipated timeline for the 6.0 release. The video recording of this segment is available at the 'Related URL' below.
Working and Interest Group Updates Code of Conduct WG - Jessica Hilt Contribution Model WG - Robin Ruggaber Roadmap Council - Rob Kaufman Marketing WG - Chris Awre Controlled Vocabularies Decision Tree WG - Julie Hardesty Hyrax Permissions WG - Jeremy Friesen The video recording of this segment is available at the 'Related URL' below.
This talk outlines our digitization workflow, the problems we encountered with batch ingest, and how we used Avalon's api-ingest. The video recording of this segment is available at the 'Related URL' below.
A major advantage of open source repositories is that search results and relevancy ranking can be tuned to our specific collections, as well as our users’ needs. This lightning talk will explore how users, developers, and catalogers collaborate to create shared meaning in the form of search results and relevancy ranking, and will discuss what types of interventions can be made in that meaning-making process to allow user needs and search results to be more closely aligned. The video recording of this segment is available at the 'Related URL' below.