Slides from a workshop at Samvera Connect 2019 advertized under the title "Using The Latest Rails Features in Hyrax" and described thus and We'll introduce Rails 6 features and discuss how they might integrate in to Samvera applications. *File uploads with S3 *Action Mailbox *Webpacker (default in Rails 6) *ActionText Another day, another major Rails version. What's been happening in the larger Rails community and how does it affect Samvera development?
A workshop delivered at Hydra Connect 2016, described thus, increasing familiarity with PCDM, contributing back to PCDM from the activities of the participants, and increasing participants’ familiarly and comfort with data models more broadly., and The Portland Common Data Model (PCDM) is a flexible shared, linked data-based domain model for representing complex digital objects. This workshop will review PCDM, its history, technical overview, recent developments, and Hydra-specific implementation considerations. The workshop will also include an interactive modeling session where users will employ use cases from their repositories (or provided samples) to model in PCDM. The goals of the workshop include
//wiki.duraspace.org/display/hydra/Applied+Linked+Data+Working+Group, https, A workshop delivered at Hydra Connect 2016, described thus, and This workshop is all about techniques to use linked data within your Hydra based application. For example, autocomplete fields from a controlled vocabulary are nice... but what if you wanted to give more context to what users are selecting via things like alternative labels and broader / narrower concepts? How do you cache triples locally? How do do you publish your own controlled vocabulary for others to use? And what is the best way to make your RDF data harvestable by others? This workshop is based on work done by the Applied Linked Data working group
A brief update on the current state of Fedora 4, followed by a high-level feature discussion for managers and a hands-on test drive for developers. and A workshop given at Hydra Connect #2 described thus
In the last few years, as the Hydra partnership has grown to encompass twenty-five institutions, management of services for Hydra heads in production has become a topic of recurring interest and concern. What are the basic goals and requirements for successful service management of Hydra-based technologies? What roles need to be in place? How should user services be fostered and assessed? This panel session, conducted by three service managers from three different institutions, will address some common approaches to inform the start of a community toolbox for service management of a production Hydra head. and A panel session at Hydra Connect #2 described thus
A workshop given at Hydra Connect #2 described thus and This workshop will offer three detailed demos and case studies of mature production systems from the Hydra community. The contrasting case studies are Hydra@Hull from the University of Hull, Avalon Media Systems from Indiana University and Northwestern University, and ScholarSphere from Penn State University
Slides from a workshop given at Hydra Connect #2 described thus and Agile is based on self-organizing cross-functional teams addressing evolving requirements and delivering solutions incrementally. Adaptive planning and continuous improvement make Agile teams highly flexible and able to rapidly respond to change. Participants in this workshop will learn about the principles and benefits of Agile and will engage in core Agile activities that they can take back to their own teams.
how to add project and how to promote project to Project-Hydra. In addition we will examine a few nominated projects to see if we can promote them., We will examine Hydra-Labs and the processes we should adopt for it including, and A workshop given at Hydra Connect #2 described thus
however, all of Rail's most common UI elements and features will be retained. If time permits, we will also add Blacklight as a dependency for search and retrieval., How Valkyrie differs from ActiveRecord How to manage the differences between Valkyrie and Rails while retaining most of Rails' common features In this workshop, participants will learn how to build a simple Rails application using Valkyrie as a dependency. Data will be persisted with Valkyrie's data mapper pattern and not with ActiveRecord, and Slides from a workshop given at Samvera Connect 2019 and described thus