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Fedora Commons HatCheck newsletter 2, June 9, 2008

From: Carol Minton Morris <clt6@cornell.edu>
Date: Mon, 9 Jun 2008 15:51:38 -0400
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To: semantic-web@w3.org

  Vol. 1, Number 2, June 9, 2008-Read HatCheck 
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HatCheck is a quarterly newsletter published by 
Fedora Commons that is provided by and for 
communities of Fedora users, developers, vendors 
and decision makers to facilitate the exchange of 
news, events, information and achievements. Your 
comments and content are most welcome! Please 
reply with your news for the September 4, 2008 
issue of HatCheck.

In this issue 
<http://fedora-commons.org/resources/newsletter.php>(online 
here):

Fedora Commons Overview  by Sandy Payette
Fedora Commons as an Open Source Incubator
http://expertvoices.nsdl.org/hatcheck/2008/06/09/the-many-faces-of-collaboration-with-fedora-commons/

Engineering Punchlist  by Dan Davis
Fedora 3.0 Release Schedule and Features
http://expertvoices.nsdl.org/hatcheck/2008/06/04/fedora-30-release-schedule-and-features/

News
-Muradora 1.3 Release  by Chi Nguyen
http://expertvoices.nsdl.org/hatcheck/2008/06/04/muradora-13-release/
-Stargazing: Relating Information and 
Applications to the Data Workflow  by Sayeed 
Choudhury
http://expertvoices.nsdl.org/hatcheck/2008/06/03/stargazing-relating-information-and-applications-to-the-data-workflow/
-Bringing Seven Centuries into the Future: 
Bibliothèque Nationale de France  by Thomas Ledoux
http://expertvoices.nsdl.org/hatcheck/2008/05/23/bringing-seven-centuries-into-the-future-bibliotheque-nationale-de-france/
-Spoken Word Services Delivers Digital Audio and 
Visual Content  by Iain Wallace
http://expertvoices.nsdl.org/hatcheck/2008/06/04/spoken-word-services-delivers-digital-audio-and-visual-content/
-Fedora Performance and Scalability Wiki Online  by Matthias Razum
http://expertvoices.nsdl.org/hatcheck/2008/06/04/spoken-word-services-delivers-digital-audio-and-visual-content/
-Plug a Wiki into a Fedora Repository and Get . . 
. A Scholarly Publication  by Carol Minton Morris
http://expertvoices.nsdl.org/hatcheck/2008/05/14/plug-a-wiki-into-a-fedora-repository-and-get-a-scholarly-publication-platform/
-Object Reuse and Exchange (OAI-ORE) Standards Beta Release  by Carl Lagoze
http://expertvoices.nsdl.org/hatcheck/2008/06/03/object-reuse-and-exchange-oai-ore-standards-beta-release/
-Road Report from Sun PASIG  by Carol Minton Morris
http://expertvoices.nsdl.org/hatcheck/2008/06/04/road-report-from-sun-pasig/

Events
-eSciDoc Days 2008 in Berlin
http://expertvoices.nsdl.org/hatcheck/2008/06/03/escidoc-days-in-berlin/
-Schedule of Summertime Fedora Commons Community Meetings and Events
http://expertvoices.nsdl.org/hatcheck/2008/05/19/summertime-fedora-commons-community-meetings-and-events/
-Of Repository Road Shows and Fringe Festivals
http://expertvoices.nsdl.org/hatcheck/2008/05/27/of-repository-road-shows-and-fringe-festivals/
-Carnegie Foundation Open Education Webevent "Is Open Knowledge Working?"
http://expertvoices.nsdl.org/hatcheck/2008/06/04/is-open-knowledge-working/

Bookmarks
-Download the "Roadmap" to Fedora Development
http://expertvoices.nsdl.org/hatcheck/2008/04/11/download-the-roadmap-to-fedora-development/
-NSDL Director Kaye Howe at JA-SIG, "Ubiquity, 
Interdependence, and the Age of Collaboration"
http://expertvoices.nsdl.org/hatcheck/2008/05/07/nsdl-director-kaye-howe-at-ja-sig-ubiquity-interdependence-and-the-age-of-collaboration/
-Fedora Commons Quick Poll 1 Results: User Gatherings
http://expertvoices.nsdl.org/hatcheck/2008/05/13/fedora-commons-quick-poll-1-results-user-gatherings/
-Strands of Global Web of Knowledge Come Together 
at Third International Open Repositories 
Conference 2008
http://dlib.org/dlib/may08/morris/05morris.html

Inspiration
-"Who is Using Fedora?"  by Thornton Staples
http://expertvoices.nsdl.org/hatcheck/2008/06/04/who-is-using-fedora/
Learn more about the Fedora Commons Community 
Registry, which is both a destination and a 
jumping-off point for collaboration and 
connection. The Registry highlights Fedora users, 
developers and vendors who are interested in 
deepening collaboration, cooperation, and 
ultimately the value of their work with the 
Fedora open source repository platform by making 
what they do visible to the rest of the community 
and beyond. Contact Thorny Staples 
(tstaples@fedora-commons.org) to add your project 
to the Registry.


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